Delta-EE Consultancy Services

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What we do

Delta-EE’s consultancy provides clients with the insight, advice and strategic support they need to navigate the energy transition.

We leverage and bring together expertise from across Delta-EE to provide bespoke support and insight to clients. We’ve successfully delivered consulting support and advice to over 100 clients, including many of Europe’s largest energy retailers, network companies, generation utilities, global blue-chip equipment manufacturers, policy makers, financial institutions, and technology companies and innovators.

Our projects are designed to meet the specific needs of each client and can vary in size. We respond flexibly and creatively to your needs, creating the project that will answer your questions and provide you with the insights you need.

We are immersed in new energy and the energy transition – it’s our sole focus.

We want to make sure new energy succeeds faster and better and we help our clients make that happen via our flexible and creative approach.

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Advisory/Recommendations Based

How we operate

Working with you in your energy transition

We work closely with several core client groups to support them as they make the transition from ‘old energy’, high carbon and centralised, to ‘new energy’, low carbon, decentralised, and with a focus on service.

Learn more about how we help each type of company/organisation below.

Case studies

Examples of our work

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Gas Demand Forecasting

UK Electricity Transmission Network Owner and Gas Distribution Network Owner & Operator commissioned Delta-EE to build an energy demand forecasting tool. The tool forecasts the annual sales of heating appliances, converts this into the installed base of heating appliances, and then calculates the annual demand of gas and electricity.

This tool was designed for the Gas Demand team to enable them to forecast gas (and electricity) demand under different scenarios in the residential sector in the UK out to 2035.

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Decarbonisation Roadmap – Datacentres

In its implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive, the tech giant client was required to produce a Sectoral Energy Roadmap to 2025 and 2050 to decarbonise its datacentre in Country X. Delta-EE supported this Roadmap development by identifying the scale of the challenge for datacentres, comparing options for decarbonisation, increased efficiency, onsite generation measures, sourcing renewable electricity contracts, etc.

Delta-EE discussed two approaches: (1) the ‘Outsourcing approach’ – a Roadmap which presents a lower level of challenge, and which reflects a path which may more likely be taken by other datacentres; and (2) the ‘Innovation approach’ – a more ambitious and innovative Roadmap involving deployment of multiple technologies that are currently at an immature development stage, and which requires both onsite deployment and some outsourcing.

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Benchmarking MVHR product portfolio

Delta-EE helped the client assess (1) how their products compare to their key competitors, and (2) what additional functionalities (if any) may be required, especially by specifiers. The overall aim was to increase the client’s market share. The report was fed into the client’s decision-making process in their company headquarters in Japan.

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Electrification strategy workshop

Delta-EE facilitated a workshop with the client to assist and support them in their electrification strategy in two specific markets. The workshop included Delta-EE sharing knowledge and leading a discussion on the markets in terms of: role of stakeholders, need for flexibility, case studies, competitive landscape, identifying the client’s USP and how they can differentiate from the competition.