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Press Release
42% of EV owners run risk of missing out on best charging tariffs due to lack of dedicated home charging point EVs offer significantly cheaper running costs versus petrol and diesel cars as cost of filling average family car goes over £100 Delta-EE calls for VAT rate for public charging to level with home charging...
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News
Leon Gielen, Head of Business Development – Japan and Asia Pacific, will visit Japan from 4th July to 5th August to meet with clients and colleagues. If you would like to arrange a meeting with Leon to discuss your business and the energy transition, contact him via leon.gielen@delta-ee.com.
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Webinars
Join our EV research team for a webinar on Thursday 7th July at 10am BST. Delta-EE has completed our fourth annual European EV Owner Survey resulting in a combined sample size of over 3,300 EV drivers from eight leading European EV markets. In this webinar, we will present some key findings from the survey analysis...
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Webinars
https://youtu.be/Ocn_bEFRqkk Energy systems are being challenged as never before in both the upstream, by the phase out of fossil and scale up of renewables, and the downstream, by the rapid growth in distributed generation and an increasingly active demand side. Market structures will evolve to address these challenges and whole system thinking will become vital...
Webinar – European Market Monitor on Energy Storage: Can Europe meet 2030 REPowerEU targets without a storage strategy?
Webinars
https://youtu.be/D7B4odrxykw The EU has announced three major initiatives in recent years that will support and accelerate the energy transition: Fit for 55, NextGenerationEU Covid recovery plan and RePowerEU. These initiatives set ambitious targets for renewable generation, hydrogen, the electrification of heating and transport, and plans to reduce dependence on gas. While these targets will require...
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Article
Let’s get radical about decarbonising domestic heating – local microgrids could support energy communities and help deliver the electrification of new homes in Europe, writes Principal Analyst Jeremy Harrison for the Energy Institute.
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Report Summary
National Grid ESO commissioned Delta-EE to complete an analysis of the potential impacts the burgeoning hydrogen market could have on the electricity system and the implications for FES 2022. This Summary Report highlights some of the key findings and conclusions from the 6-month project, completed in May 2022. A timely piece of work, the project...
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Webinars
Energy systems are being challenged as never before in both the upstream, by the phase out of fossil and scale up of renewables, and the downstream, by the rapid growth in distributed generation and an increasingly active demand side. Market structures will evolve to address these challenges and whole system thinking will become vital to...

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