TALKING NEW ENERGY

A Delta-EE podcast

We're a group of new energy experts, talking about the energy transition in Europe and how it will affect the customer.

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Delta-EE Director Jon Slowe hosts a selection of guests from across the new energy industry.

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 A European Focus

Looking at how the energy transition is developing across Europe.

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New Energy Expertise

Discussing the hottest topics across New Energy, and how they all fit together.

Episode 7: The e-mobility squares of the chessboard

Episode 7: The e-mobility squares of the chessboard

In this episode we explore the perspectives of two different types of companies in the area of EVs and e-mobility. Our first guest is John Ryberg, Head of E-Mobility Europe at Alpiq, a Swiss-based utility, with a turnover of around €5bn and active across 25 countries. Our second guest is Chris Pateman-Jones, CEO of Connected Kerb, a new company which focuses on EV charging and data infrastructure. We're also be joined by Delta-EE expert, Abhishek Sampat. We’ll explore each company’s activities and approach, with a focus on both public charging infrastructure and on fleets.

Episode 6: Virtual power plants (VPP) in Australia

Episode 6: Virtual power plants (VPP) in Australia

Energy storage is riding on the back of the photovoltaics boom in Australia, with a growing momentum of networking batteries together to form virtual power plants. In this episode Jon Slowe talks with two people driving this forward: Alice Lang, Head of Future Business Strategy & Operations with utility company AGL; and Alan Reid, Head of Operations at VPP company Reposit Power. Joined by Delta-EE expert Jenny Carson, we explore how virtual power plants are emerging in Australia.

Episode 5: Blockchain’s role in the energy transition

Episode 5: Blockchain’s role in the energy transition

Spoiler alert: this isn't just about blockchain. It's about companies that are solving problems in the energy transition - who happen to be using blockchain as part of their solution. In this episode Jon Slowe talks with Christopher Burgahn, Product & Partner Manager, Share and Charge Foundation; Joanna Hubbard, Co-Founder and CEO at Electron; and Delta-EE expert Neil Atterbury, exploring the role that blockchain is playing in the transition from old to new energy.

Episode 4: What can Europe learn from Japan, and what can Japan learn from Europe?

Episode 4: What can Europe learn from Japan, and what can Japan learn from Europe?

Following our Europe-Japan New Energy Forum held in Tokyo in February 2020, host Jon Slowe discusses how the energy transition is unfolding in Japan. He is joined by Hideo Yamamoto, Director of ABeam Consulting, and Delta-EE's Leon Gielen.

Episode 3: Peer to Peer business models in the energy sector

Episode 3: Peer to Peer business models in the energy sector

In this episode of Talking New Energy, we’re looking at P2P business models in the energy sector. In the shift from old to new energy, we’re moving from 10s of large power plants to thousands, and towards millions of energy producers – or prosumers.

Will customers continue to buy electricity from traditional electric retailers? Or, will businesses that connect buyers and sellers be the future? Host Jon Slowe is joined by two people at the forefront of this sector in Europe - Christian Chudoba, CEO of Lumenaza, and Lars Falch, MD of Powerpeers Connect; as well as Delta-EE expert, Nigel Timperley.

Episode 2: Energy insights: where’s the commercial value?

Episode 2: Energy insights: where’s the commercial value?

Energy insights – of which demand disaggregation and non intrusive load monitoring are a subset – are being offered by an increasing number of energy retailers across Europe. But where is the value in energy insights for these energy retailers? In this episode, host Jon Slowe explores this question with Gilles Corby, previously energy insights product manager at British Gas, and Stephen Galsworthy, Chief Digital Officer at Quby, together with Delta-EE expert David Trevithick.

Episode 1: Electrifying heat in the Netherlands – the role of data and services

Episode 1: Electrifying heat in the Netherlands – the role of data and services

The Netherlands is one of the front runners in electrifying heat in Europe. In this episode, host Jon Slowe explores how service-based business models, underpinned by data analytics, are enabling two companies to develop innovative propositions that help to overcome some of the challenges associated with electrifying heat. Jon is joined by Elbert Stoffer, Innovation Manager at product manufacturer Itho Daalderop, Gijs Diependaal, Technology & Innovation Manager at Eneco, and Delta-EE expert Cate Lyon.

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