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Episode 10 of Talking New Energy is now available. Buying a new heating system has traditionally meant getting quotes from installers. Now, new entrants and incumbents alike are using web-based platforms to provide customers with a slicker way to buy a heating system.

In this episode, we speak with Philip Pausder, CEO of Thermondo, who is pioneering this approach. Roxanne Pieterse, heat analyst at Delta-ee, also joins Jon Slowe, Delta-ee Director and Talking New Energy host.

Listen now at https://www.delta-ee.com/TalkingNewEnergy and follow Talking New Energy on Twitter for further updates.

The latest EVs and Electricy webinar, "European Electric Vehicle Customer Research: The Results – courtesy of Delta-ee’s EVs & Electricity Research Service team", was held on June 27th. 

In this webinar, we presented highlights from our new customer research, with results collected from existing and prospective EV drivers across key European markets. Our survey captured insights from over 1,000 respondents across five countries: France, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and the UK.

During the webinar, we shared results from questions such as:

  • How are EV owners charging their cars today?
  • Who are the leading home EV chargepoint suppliers brands across Europe?
  • How many drivers have changed their electricity tariff as a result of owning an EV?
  • How appealing is smart charging, both for existing and prospective EV drivers?
  • For EV drivers who engage with smart charging, which methods of value sharing and reimbursement are most appealing?

Watch the webinar here.

Visit https://www.delta-ee.com/webinars to find out about our upcoming webinars and watch those previously recorded.

Delta-ee's consultancy team helps organisations highlight the impact of smart meters on consumers' costs and climate change.

"Smart meters can help households to use electricity when the wind is blowing and the sun is shining as part of a future low carbon energy system". 

Delta-ee has produced work for Smart Energy GB to highlight the cost savings and carbon savings smart meters can deliver. Find our reports here.

Watch the Smart Energy GB video featuring Delta-ee's analyst, Erica Marshall Cross, here.

Delta-ee’s latest Connected Home webinar, “The European connected home market: what’s behind the growth?”, took place on June 18th.

The European connected home market has seen strong growth in recent years. In this webinar, we explored the core dynamics and drivers behind this growth as well as looked at the emergence of subscription and service-based business models.

The webinar included:

  • A product by product overview, focusing on energy and voice applications
  • State of connected home services, subscription and recurring revenue business models & how to use these
  • Our view on where the next wave of growth will come from

If you would like a copy of the webinar slides, contact [email protected].

Visit https://www.delta-ee.com/webinars to find out about our upcoming webinars and watch those previously recorded.

Delta-ee’s EVs and electricity research manager, Alexander Lewis-Jones, was interviewed by the Telegraph on the technologies that can help the UK meet its zero emissions target.

“Electric cars represent a big opportunity to help the UK reduce emissions”. Alexander says "you can look at energy, industry, heat, agriculture, transport, and what is unique about transport is it is one of the sectors where the emissions are growing in the UK".

Read the article here.

Delta-ee's upcoming webinar, The Rise of Local Energy Systems, will take place on Monday July 1st, 3.00pm BST. 

There is a growing interest in Local Energy and its potential to disrupt, decarbonise and democratise the current energy system. But does it really provide additional value and, if so, how can that be captured?

This webinar seeks to cut through the hype and explain not only the system benefits but also the business opportunities offered by Local Energy Systems (LES). It will provide insights into the theory and practice of existing and emerging projects, leveraging the experience of our team in new energy as well as learnings from our related research services in flexibility, energy storage and distributed power.

The webinar will:

  • Describe the various Local Energy System concepts
  • Explore the potential role of LES in the wider energy system,
  • Explain how LES creates value rather than simply cannibalising existing value
  • Outline the evolution from subsidy to value-driven business models
  • Identify sustainable business models which capture the respective merits of public and private sector participants
  • Provide an opportunity for you to shape our future research service

Register now

For further information or if you have any issues connecting to the webinar, email [email protected]

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