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The New Energy France Research Service has published its France Regulations Database.

 

This database provides:

  • A long list of all the relevant energy transition policies and regulations
  • The topics covered include climate targets, heating, flexibility, EV chargepoints, energy communities, self-consumption, buildings and more
  • Details on which companies are impacted (e.g. customers, DSOs, TSOs, energy suppliers etc.)
  • Our views on the likely impacts or the objectives of the regulators

Find out more about our France-based research today.

Energy communities have the potential to transform customer attitudes and the way they engage with the energy system. Peer to peer energy trading models, facilitated by blockchain are also challenging the status quo, while collective self-consumption is stimulating growth of energy communities across Europe. What would it take from energy suppliers to adapt to this new market paradigm?

A recent webinar from the Local Energy Systems research team explored:

  • How enthusiastic are consumers about investing in energy communities?
  • What business models are emerging?
  • How will this impact the existing energy supply industry?

The recording can be watched on Youtube, and the slides can be downloaded here.

As the energy transition accelerates, energy companies are focusing more and more on customer engagement to pivot from commodity-based sales strategies towards energy services. Applying game thinking and mechanics to improve customer experience and boost business performance is a relatively new customer engagement concept in energy. With guest speaker Jeremy Woolley, Head of Utility Projects at GenGame, our upcoming webinar will explore:

  • How is gamification driving energy customer engagement?
  • What are the challenges of bringing gamified energy insights solutions to market and how are they overcome?
  • How can gamification support long-term customer engagement initiatives?

Register here for the webinar.

Decarbonisation is a critical transition that is affecting all businesses in the commercial and industrial sector and is reshaping the foundations of the energy industry. A key driver of this transition is policy, spearheaded on a global scale by the Paris Agreement. A new public whitepaper, based on recent expert insight and market interviews and reflects Siemens’ and Delta-EE’s common view on the topic, is has just been published.

Download the whitepaper from Siemens' website.

Businesses who don’t engage now risk getting left behind and being subject to increased costs and challenges to meet overall long-term sustainable goals. While organisations that take control of their energy will open up to new exciting opportunities in reducing costs and become more sustainable.

The energy system is undergoing a massive transformation which will impact how businesses use, purchase and manage energy.

Together with Delta-EE, Alpiq has produced a whitepaper to describe what the new energy transitions means for businesses and highlight the opportunities of existing as well as future services.

Industrial & commercial organizations interested in managing their energy needs in a more cost-effective, greener and efficient way can use this paper to understand how they can maximise opportunities presented by the new energy transition.

Download the whitepaper on Alpiq's website.

Energy communities have the potential to transform customer attitudes and the way they engage with the energy system. Peer to peer energy trading models, facilitated by blockchain are also challenging the status quo, while collective self-consumption is stimulating growth of energy communities across Europe. What would it take from energy suppliers to adapt to this new market paradigm?

This webinar will explore:

  • How enthusiastic are consumers about investing in energy communities?
  • What business models are emerging?
  • How will this impact the existing energy supply industry?

Register here for the webinar.

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