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Our next Webinar, Follow the money – who is investing what in ‘ New Energy’ and why it matters, is now open for registration! 

6 key investor groups are making major moves – find out who and what it means?  Join this webinar to find out: - Hot areas of investment - Who is snapping up investments – and how serious is their intent in new energy? - What might this mean for future strategy?

You can register for the webinar here.


Delta-ee's Arthur Jouannic will be speaking at the Connected World Summit in London next week.  The event is a 2 day Festival of Connected Technology, uniting over 2,500 industry leaders, tech innovators, decision makers and investors.  Arthur will be speaking on the Key Trends, Drivers and Barriers to the Adoption of Connected Home Products and Services.  

For further information on the event visit the CWS site here.

The Heat Insight Service has published its latest report, looking at the status and trends of the UK heat networks value chain. The report looks at opportunities for OEMs and energy suppliers in a complex market soon to be increasingly regulated.

For more information or to contact one of the team, please visit the Heat Insight Service page.

Our new webinar is available to download. This webinar discussed the opportunities connectivity will bring to residential electric heating and cooling. Specifically, the team highlighted the different approaches companies use in this space, from typical connected controls, to demand side response or even both in some cases.

If you'd like any additional information, please contact Arthur Jouannic.

We're happy to announce that our brand new event, the New Energy Summit, will be taking place in Amsterdam on 29-30 May 2019. Registration will open later this year when we officially launch the event. If you'd like any further information in the meantime or are interested in attending, email [email protected]

Principal analyst Jeremy Harrison is visiting the Microgrid Symposium in Bucharest. Directly from the event, he brings us an update:

"The opening session of the 2018 Microgrid Symposium was presented by the Romanian host Energy Minister who is, encouragingly, a scientist!

This was followed by presentations on developments in the Americas which continue to focus on providing greater resilience to the grid, and from European participants which tend to be increasingly focused on the new opportunities for the democratisation of energy with Local Energy Communities, as well as optimising the performance of the system.

Inevitably, the discussion around the future role of the DNO was rather polarised between those who would like to see the incumbent DNO retain centralised control and others who see greater value in a highly decentralised future in which the microgrids are self-optimising, yet provide services to the distribution grid on a contractual basis. This is, of course, a fairly fundamental question for the future energy system and the respective roles of the DNO, TSO ISO and whatever regulatory structure emerges. We will continue to explore this topic in our forthcoming microgrids research."

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