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.

Series 7 Episode 6: The Debate: Who will win the battle for the EV customer?

Series 7 Episode 6: The Debate: Who will win the battle for the EV customer?

Join us for The Debate, our new episode format, as the team decides who will win the battle for the EV customer? Listen to learn how OEMs, utilities and big oil are entering the EV charging space, and which competitor will come out on top.

Host Jon Slowe is joined by Abhishek Sampat, Principal Analyst, Kate Armitage, Associate, and Alex Lewis-Jones, EV Research Manager, all from Delta-EE.

Series 7 Episode 5: How to connect and communicate with connected home assets

Series 7 Episode 5: How to connect and communicate with connected home assets

In this episode, we revisit home energy management from a different angle. We speak about companies like E.ON and Centrica, connecting to and communicating with the growing number of controls and assets in our homes. It's all very well having a connected smart thermostat, EV charger and inverter for your PV system, for example, but what if they all have their own communication protocols and companies cannot reach them? Jon Slowe is joined by Niklas Arpula, Key Account Manager at KEO GmbH; Joscha Koellner, Director of Product Strategy, Business Development & Sales at Kiwigrid; and Delta-EE Analyst, Alix Weil.

Series 7 Episode 4: How is Artificial Intelligence (AI) being used in the energy transition?

Series 7 Episode 4: How is Artificial Intelligence (AI) being used in the energy transition?

In this episode, we are discussing artificial intelligence (AI) and clean energy, exploring how AI is being used in the energy transition. AI will impact all industrial sectors – and is already playing a role in the energy transition.

Jon Slowe is joined by three guests to get under the skin of exactly how the energy transition is unfolding. He is joined by Dave Boundy, Chief Technology Officer and General Manager Europe at Innowatts; Geraldine McBride, CEO at MyWave; and Delta-EE Principal Analyst, David Trevithick.

Series 7 Episode 3: How is Heat as a Service emerging in the European heating market?

Series 7 Episode 3: How is Heat as a Service emerging in the European heating market?

In this episode, we look at Heat as a Service, which is emerging across the European heating market. The macro-trend from products to services can be seen across many different industries, and is now starting to pick up more momentum in the heating sector, causing disruption in the relatively conservative heating industry. Host Jon Slowe looks at the leading edge of some of this disruption from Denmark and Germany, from the perspective of Andreas Ballhausen, Managing Director of Viessmann Solutions and Services; Nicolai Kipp, Chief Consultant at Dansk Fjernvarme; and Delta-EE Heat as a Service expert, Roxanne Pieterse.

Series 7 Episode 2: Energy retailers’ perspective on home energy management

Series 7 Episode 2: Energy retailers’ perspective on home energy management

In this episode, we talk about Home Energy Management (HEM) from the perspective of two large European energy retailers: Centrica and E.ON. We discuss how home energy management will grow over the coming years and what propositions and services customers will want.

Host Jon Slowe is joined by Alex Cirlan, Founder of E.ON Home, and Director of Product Development and Software and E.ON Group, and Neal Coady, Director of Product, HEM, at Centrica. Alix Weil, Delta-EE connected home expert, also joins.

Series 7 Episode 1: The role of policy and regulation in the energy transition

Series 7 Episode 1: The role of policy and regulation in the energy transition

In this episode, we’re looking at the topic of regulation and the role it plays in the transition to new energy. Although many aspects of energy markets have been liberalised in many ways in many countries, energy is certainly not a completely free market. Regulation plays a critical role, both with competitive markets, and of course networks which are more heavily regulated as natural monopolies. Regulations – and the policies underpinning them – have, naturally, been built around ‘old energy’. It now needs to evolve and facilitate, even lead the transition to ‘new energy’. We are joined by Jan Rosenow, Director of European Programmes, Zsuzsanna Pató, Senior Advisor, and Richard Sedano, President and CEO, at Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP).

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