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Register for our next webinar and join us on Thursday 27th July at 4pm BST.

DSOs will be increasingly in the spotlight as the energy transition gathers pace. In this webinar, we host a panel discussion between three of Europe’s leading DSOs. Leaders from Enel Global Infrastructure, Alliander and UK Power Networks will pick and discuss the top three opportunities and challenges they see for their companies and the wider DSO sector.

For more information or for help connecting to the webinar, please let us know.

Join us for our next webinar, The Energy Transition in 2021: Entering a new era, on Thursday 1st July at 10am BST.

Delta-EE's Senior Leadership Team will be sharing their thoughts on where they see the energy transition after the first six months of 2021, and as the world starts to get ready to get back to (almost) normal.

They will discuss their thoughts on the latest news in this space, covering topics such as new energy investments, oil majors in trouble, new majors in renewable energies, the green recovery, and new innovations.

Attendees will also have the chance to ask questions and engage with our speakers.

Register here.

In this episode of Talking New Energy, the Delta-EE podcast, we talk with two energy retailers about how they are helping customers how to get started with their first electric vehicle – how to find the best tariff, how to get a wallbox and more. They also discuss their plans for their role in the coming collision between energy and mobility.

Host Jon Slowe is joined by Goncalo Castelo Branco, Director of Smart Mobility at Portuguese energy retailer EDP; Tom Hart, Head of Portfolio for Energy Management and EVs at British Gas, part of Centrica, in the UK; and Delta-EE expert John Murray.

You can listen to the episode at www.delta-ee.com/talkingnewenergy, on your favourite podcast provider, or below.

Large energy customers are increasingly walking the walk and buying their energy from green sources – not just through green tariffs, but with linkages directly to the generator through a multi-year deal. On the other side of the fence, renewable energy generators like the guarantee of a long term agreement to sell their energy. And in the middle of this often sit energy companies – facilitating and enabling these transactions. In this episode we talk with energy company Alpiq and renewable energy asset owner Aquila about the rise and rise of PPAs, with a focus on the Spanish market. Host Jon Slowe is joined by Jesus Reyes, Head of Sales & Origination at Alpiq; Marcos Dominguez, Director of Power Markets, Aquila Capital; and Delta-EE expert, Dina Darshini.

Listen to the episode here on your favourite podcast provider.

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