Our New Energy Summit is back on 11th and 12th October 2022 at The Balmoral in Edinburgh – registration is now open!
Come to the Delta-EE New Energy Summit to hear about the latest trends, developments and innovations across Europe to support customers through the crisis while also accelerating the energy transition.
This event will bring together key players to discuss the latest developments and expectations for the future of new energy. Delegates will hear about how the landscape is evolving within the context of the energy crisis, learn about emerging customer propositions and opportunities from leading innovators in the sector and enjoy excellent networking with industry peers.
The 2022 New Energy Summit is sponsored by:
The energy crisis is the biggest challenge for customers for decades – costs have skyrocketed and physical supply is not guaranteed. The key solutions which can help address the crisis are also very strongly aligned with the energy transition:
- Consume less energy – but which have the same customer outcomes
- Adopt more efficient technologies – which reduce the energy supply required
- More flexibility – enabling renewables and an efficient energy system
Our summit programme aims to discuss how best to tackle the energy crisis, while providing a better service for customers and making the best decisions for the success of your organisation.
Day 1 – Tuesday 11th October – Subscriber day and Networking Dinner
|Time||Session details and speakers|
|15:00 – 15:30||Registration and Tea + Coffee|
|15:30 – 17:30|
Delta-EE subscribers: Accelerating the Energy Transition
Join us for exclusive access to our research teams to explore the key opportunities and challenges for industry players and their customers in the next 2 years, 5 years and 10 years. This session will leverage our deep insight and showcase our forecasts, data and expertise from across our research services to provide perspectives on:
We will also spend part of the session exploring how industry across Europe are responding to the energy crisis and highlight the “best in class” propositions and offers we are beginning to see emerge.
|17:30 – 18:00||Free time|
|18:00 – 19:00||Pre-dinner Networking Drinks|
|19:00 – Late||Summit Networking Dinner|
|Time||Session details and speakers|
|08:30 – 09:00||Registration|
|09:00 – 09:10||Introduction|
Andy Bradley, Director, Delta-EE
|09:10 – 09:45|
Keynote session – strategic perspective
A discussion with two business leaders who have been at the forefront of the energy transition. They will share their perspective on key learnings from their respective business journeys and how they see the energy transition in Europe evolving in the light of the energy crisis
|09:45 – 10:45|
How to empower customers, helping them understand their energy consumption, and how to act to save energy
Energy insights tools can be the beginning of the journey for companies wishing to engage, empower and eventually collaborate with customers. The panel will discuss questions including:
|10:45 – 11:15||Break|
|11:15 – 12:30|
Propositions and business models helping residential customers to electrify heat and mobility
Even before the recent energy crisis, it has long been recognised that electrification of the major energy loads for residential customers – heating and mobility – will have a key role in achieving European net zero goals. However, substantial barriers remain to more rapid electrification – rising electricity prices, high equipment costs, availability of installers and suitable solutions for all types of dwelling. In this session, we will hear from companies at the leading edge of the electrification trend in heat and emobility and discuss questions such as:
|12:30 – 14:00||Lunch|
|14:00 – 15:15|
The opportunity for Home Energy Management (HEM) to scale up and enter the mass market
The strong electrification trends, coupled with the opening up of flexibility and community values across Europe, is creating opportunities for new value streams by management of electricity demand on the customer side. As energy prices have shot upwards, the value in self-optimisation has increased dramatically. In this session we will discuss:
|15:15 – 15:45||Break|
|15:45 – 17:00|
How the demand side is supporting development of a more resilient grid
Energy markets are still dominated by large generators and, increasingly, grid scale batteries. Small-scale renewables have initiated the rise of the prosumer, but the biggest change is yet to come: the transformation of consumers into active participants in flexibility markets. In this session, the panel will discuss some of the latest innovations and trends in European flexibility markets and address questions such as:
|17:00||Conclusion / End|
Although there will be plenty of networking throughout the daytime sessions, the networking dinner at The Balmoral will give delegates the chance to meet other guests in a relaxed, informal setting.