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European Utility Week in Paris this year saw over 18,000 visitors cross its doors. We had our own stand there, where we met clients new and old, and we presented on two of the hottest topics in new energy at hub sessions: electric vehicles and demand-side flexibility.
Following the event, the team decided to summarise their key takeaways. We’d be interested to know your thoughts on what we considered the standout themes and whether you agree with us.
Given that European Utility Week has been held yearly for the last 20 years, it’s a testament to the innovation and ideas coming out of the energy industry, showcasing new technologies and sharing ideas and insights.
On the Delta-ee team visit to EUW in Vienna, the key themes coming out of the event were clear: Electric Vehicles – especially their interaction with the electricity system – and Demand Side Response.
It’s been a fascinating few days in Amsterdam at European Utility Week 2017 and it has been great to be able to talk to so many of our clients and friends in the industry, so we wanted to share some of takeaways from the event. In our view it remains the most important ‘new energy’ event in the European calendar and we are pleased to be associated with it as a Game Changing sponsor.
Customer data analytics enables ‘mass personalisation’
I attended European Utility Week in Barcelona last week and one of my takeaways was the growing presence and visibility of companies developing data analytics solutions. It’s confirmation of the trend we have seen for some time at Delta-ee, that customer data analytics is becoming an essential part of key business decisions and is fundamental to the way suppliers are changing the way they engage with their customers.
I had the opportunity to present some highlights from our new Energy Storage Research Service last week at European Utility Week (EUW) in Vienna. For those that don’t know it, it’s a leading annual event focusing on the smart energy value chain.
EUW is an established event for smart grid and the connected home space, but clearly the new hot topic is energy storage. Here’s a few of the things I took away from my time in the energy storage stream of EUW:
Fighting their way through flight delaying mists, the captains of European utilities congregated last week at European Utility Week in Vienna. In search of answers and Wiener Melange, the fog overshadowing their understanding of their customers was clearly much harder to address than a mere touch of fickle weather. It was to this end, shining a guiding light for utilities to follow towards the customer, that Delta-ee ventured down to the ancient Austrian capital to publicly unveil our answer: #energyservicesinnovation
Our new Energy Services Innovation (ESI) Study
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