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Delta-ee is working in partnership with EASE, and has recently published the third edition of the European Market Monitor on Energy Storage (EMMES). Published twice a year, the report gives a comprehensive analysis of the latest trends in the deployment of energy storage across Europe, with detailed analysis of behind the meter and front of meter sectors in each of the main country markets.

"Europe elections: Tech neutral approach, fair conditions among actions urged to boost storage uptake", a recent article from Energy Storage News, mentions the EMMES in the lead up the Europe elections. "Front-of-meter storage opportunities are a little saturated, EASE and Delta-ee say, but there's still plenty happening across the continent in energy storage. Timed to coincide with this week’s EU elections, a set of 10 recommendations to “kick start” energy storage has been unveiled by European trade association EASE." Read the full article here

Find out more about EMMES 3.0 by watching our latest webinar, or visiting

If you would like to find out more about how to buy EMMES 3.0 please contact [email protected].

Episode 8 of Delta-ee's podcast "Talking New Energy" is now available. In most markets, residential customers are used to paying a fixed rate for electricity, regardless of when they use it. Now, this is changing. Simon Schmitz, Founder and CEO, aWATTar, and Charlotte Blou Sand, Founder and CEO, True Energy, join Jon Slowe to discuss Time-of-Use electricity tariffs. 

Listen now at and follow Talking New Energy on Twitter for further updates.

Delta-ee will launch its new "Local Energy Systems Research Service". 

A Local Energy System:

  • is a small energy system, containing both (renewable) energy resources and consumers, in which production and consumption of energy are largely balanced.
  • may also contain conventional solutions with a heat production component (e.g. cogeneration) and dispatchable generation units (e.g. a diesel generator) which have the potential to reduce the overall CO2 content of energy supply.
  • may provide solutions to specific technical, social or economic challenges, but may also present opportunities for innovative business and ownership models.
  • is essentially a microcosm of a conventional energy system.

Our focus is on business, market, regulatory and strategy issues. We will cover technical topics as much as they help us to address these issues.

For more information, download the Local Energy Systems Research Service brochure or contact Jeremy Harrison, [email protected] or Rita Desmyter, [email protected].

Regen will host Electric Vehicle and Electricity System Forum – Electrifying Fleets in Burges Salmon, London on the 5th of June. 

"The event will look at the challenges, opportunities and incentives for the electrification of fleets, enabling informed and in-depth debate for fleet managers services, DNOs, investors and many others."

Challenges and potential solutions discussed will include: "the current progress of fleet electrification, the challenges around charging for fleet depots, the importance of data in planning fleet deployment and how we can use the role of electric fleets to incentivise public electric vehicle uptake and potential impacts on the second hand market."

William van der Byl, Delta-ee's analyst, will attend the event.

Find more information on the event here.

Western Power Distribution will hold Balancing Act Conference 2019 in Westminster on the 20th of June.

"Discussions will include: use of state estimation in network operation and control, intelligent monitoring and analysis of power quality and harmonics, voltage optimisation and coordinated reactive power control, mitigation of fault level issues using Fault Current Limiting Interrupters (FCLi) and LV Fault Location"

Delta-ee's analyst, Maria Stamouli, will attend the event.

Visit for more information on the event. 

This article was published by the FCDIC in The Journey of Fuel Cell Technology, Volume 18 No. 4, in Spring 2019.

"The UK holds much promise for the development of a residential fuel cell micro-CHP (FC m-CHP) market given how prominent natural gas currently is a heating source. However, activities to date have largely focused on demonstrations and field trials. Presently there are two appliances commercially available for customers which, between them, account for less than 10% of the installed base of systems. At present there is a high level of uncertainty around the short-term future of incentives for all small-scale generators; FC m-CHP included. There is a growing need for innovation from the supply side in terms of attractive offers and new business models which appeal to customer drivers other than financial ones, and that enable sales to get to scale more quickly. Current payback periods based on a capital purchase are around 12 years. Over the longer-term, the UK could find itself in a fairly unique situation compared to many European neighbours in that the use of hydrogen as a heating fuel is being seriously considered. In time, this could lead to significant opportunities for FC m-CHP, however there remains much proof-of-concept effort required in the meantime."

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