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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Jon Slowe & Guests


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.

Series 12 Episode 3: Financing energy efficiency

Series 12 Episode 3: Financing energy efficiency

One of the key differences between ‘old energy’ and ‘new energy’ is where capital investments are taking place. In ‘old energy’ capital investments were focussed in power plants and networks, predominantly on the ‘utility’ side of the meter. In ‘new energy’, a significant part of these capital investments will be focussed on the customer side of the meter. The energy system is being recapitalised, in part, in assets at customer’s homes, business and industrial sites. Today, Jon Slowe explores how finance solutions are emerging with Delta-EE expert Nigel Timperley.

Series 12 Episode 2: Smarter heat storage

Series 12 Episode 2: Smarter heat storage

Most of us will have a hot water tank somewhere in our home. In some ways they are very straightforward bits of equipment – a well-insulated metal cylinder with some pipes connected to it, and perhaps a direct electric heating element as well. But a number of companies are looking at bringing hot water storage into the modern age, and as heating is increasingly electrified, integrating hot water tanks with our electricity system. In this episode, Jon Slowe is joined by three guests; Martin Allman, Chief Commercial Officer at Mixergy; Stavros Sachinis, Vice President of IoT Applications at Centrica; and Delta-EE expert, Klara Ottosson.

Series 12 Episode 1: Innovation in new energy: From concept to commercialisation

Series 12 Episode 1: Innovation in new energy: From concept to commercialisation

Traditional energy companies are evolving fast to navigate and help drive the energy transition. As part of this evolution, many are launching increasingly innovative services and propositions in new energy – sometimes moving beyond traditional business models. Today we’re talking about innovative business models in the heating market, and how one company is driving change in the way heating products are sold. Jon Slowe is joined by Evert Eero, Product Development Manager, Eesti Energia AS and Delta-EE expert, Lindsay Sugden.