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The European Workshop on Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring (NILM) will take place on Tuesday 1st - Wednesday 2nd October in Thessaloniki, Greece. "The EU NILM Workshop is now in its sixth year! The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers that are working on the topic of energy disaggregation in both academia and industry. The workshop will feature two full days of conference-style material". Delta-ee's principal analyst / customer data value advisory service manager, David Trevithik, will attend the event. Find more information at http://www.nilm.eu/.

“The Building for 2050 research project has been launched by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), during the Futurebuild conference in London. It is envisaged that the research will help shape future UK policy on delivering low carbon homes in England and Wales.” Read the full article here.

Since 2017, a number of companies have launched digital sales platforms for heating products and services that threaten to disrupt traditional three-tier sales channels. Most of these businesses subcontract the actual heating system installation jobs to independent local tradespeople, and so their successfulness will depend on installer buy-in. Delta-ee’s recent research with installers provides new insights into how likely they are to embrace digital sales platforms and why. In this webinar we will share some of our findings from interviews with key players in the value chain as well as our online survey with over 300 independent heating installers in the UK.

Delta-ee's free webinar "What do installers think of digital sales channels for heating products and services?" will take place on Tuesday 30th April. Registration is required to view the webinar. 

“The global energy storage market is booming - in the private, commercial and industrial (C & I) sectors. Important drivers are systems for self-consumption optimization 'behind the meter' (BTM), in contrast to 'upstream of the meter' in contrast to installations in energy supplier size.” Read the full article here.

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