EVs & Electricity Research Service

Understanding the intersection of Electric Vehicles and the electricity sector

Our research spans the breadth of the sector coupling between heat, electricity and transportation.
This coupling will determine how the energy system transformation plays out.

Find out more in our latest whitepapers

Our published whitepapers give you an insight into our most recent electric vehicles research.

How does this research help you?

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Our electric vehicles research is unique – we leverage our expertise across the ‘new energy’ space 

Helps you get under the skin of the interface between these sectors

Provides you with data, information and analysis of key issues

Deepens your understanding of competitors and other market players

Gives you independent and impartial expertise on the EVs & Electricity interface within the context of the broader 'new energy' landscape

Helps you make the best-informed decisions and saves you time

What deliverables do subscribers get?

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Download the service brochure to find out more about the deliverables in more detail.


In-depth industry research
Concise, to-the-point reports on
key industry questions
Case study library
Evidence of what is happening:
who, what, how, why?
Customer insight
The voice of the EV customer
Competitor database
Capturing propositions in a dynamic market
Viewpoints and briefing notes
Expert views and opinions
Ad hoc support
Answering your questions

Who is this research for?

This electric vehicles research can help a wide range of industry stakeholders, including but not limited to:

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Charging Infrastructure Companies
New entrantsAutomotive Industry

Energy suppliers

Energy Suppliers

Energy suppliers

New entrants

Policy makers

Policy Makers

System operators

System Operators

Electricity generators

Wider Electricity Value Chain

Find out more

Watch our recent webinar

Electric fleets: six approaches to EV charging

Get in touch

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If you'd like to know more about Delta-ee's EVs & Electricity Research Service, contact the team:
Alexander Lewis-Jones

Alexander Lewis-Jones

Service Manager

Alexander joined Delta Energy & Environment in 2018 to help develop a research service dedicated to the interface between electric vehicles and the energy sector. Alexander is an electric vehicles specialist who has been researching the decarbonisation of transport for over five years. Before joining, Alexander worked at the UK’s Energy Saving Trust delivering a number of projects to support electric vehicle adoption. He has led electric vehicle trials and delivered research on barriers to adoption and charge point network requirements.

Alexander holds an MSc in Carbon Management from the University of Edinburgh and a BSc (Hons) in Geography with Environmental Management from the University of Exeter.

+44 (0)131 285 1778

Alexander Lewis-Jones
John Murray

John Murray

Principal Analyst

John developed Delta-ee’s Distributed Power Service (DPS), providing global market insight in the fields of gas engines and gas turbines used within stationary power. In addition to the DPS, he leads Delta-ee’s wider Distributed Power research, providing clients with bespoke consultancy and market intelligence. He is also leading Delta-ee’s research in the emerging microgrids sector.

Prior to joining Delta-ee, John spent 4 years with E.ON New Build & Technology during which he worked on developing new-build biomass plants and commercialising innovative community energy solutions including anaerobic digestion, bio-fuels and advanced combustion technologies. 

John holds an MChem in Environmental Chemistry from the University of Edinburgh.

+44 (0)131 625 1007

John Murray

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