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Public charging networks are a necessary enabler for wide-spread EV adoption. With over 200,000 public chargepoints connected across Europe so far, competition is booming to offer EV drivers location, access and payment solutions. So, what has the customer experience been so far? And how are eMobility Service Providers shaping the proposition for the next five years?

Join us for our upcoming webinar, where we'll be sharing some of our latest research from the EV Charging Service:

Delta-EE and SmartEn present the EU Market Monitor for Demand Side Flexibility.

Join this webinar to find out:
• Where in Europe is DSF most attractive today?
• How do 21 European countries compare against five key metrics for DSF activity?
• How is European policy designed to facilitate DSF markets being implemented by member states?
During the launch webinar we will share highlights from the 2nd edition of the EU Market Monitor for DSF. A public version is available for free. Delta-EE Flexibility Research Service subscribers and smartEn members can access additional content on the seven top DSF markets in Europe.
The EU Market Monitor for DSF is a holistic and independent view of the progress of DSF across 21 European countries in 2020.

Register for the webinar today.

While there's hardly a rush to use hydrogen heating in new build homes at present, flagship projects are beginning to emerge across Europe that may build the case for the low carbon gas, argues Steven Ashurst, Principal Analyst at Delta-EE in a recent article for H&V News.

Local Energy Systems have the potential to provide resilience in a number of ways. Microgrids are well known for their ability to maintain energy supplies in the event of grid failure even during natural disasters, and can also support the wider energy system. Energy Communities on the other hand whilst not necessarily providing physical resilience, can often promote societal resilience by supporting local enterprises and citizens. This webinar explores the various ways in which types of LES provide resilience both in Europe and overseas, and explains why resilience is only set to increase in importance over the coming years.

Catch up on the webinar and download the slides here.

Heat as a service is key to making the decarbonisation of heat affordable for customers. In our latest webinar on this topic we will be answering some frequently asked questions about heat as a service, including:

  1. What are the commercial benefits?
  2. How can supply chains deliver it?
  3. How are companies financing it?
  4. What if customers stop paying?
  5. What is the outlook?

We will share examples of business models, findings from customer research, and our views of how this market will evolve.

We are pleased to be joined on this webinar by Iain McKechnie, Director of Strategic Programmes at the Advanced Services Group of Aston Business School. The Advanced Services Group helps manufacturing and technology-innovating firms to embed research methods, tools and frameworks into their operations and to assist them in the design of their advanced services.

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