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A report published by the UK’s Committee on Climate Change has stated that net-zero carbon emissions for the country should be achievable by 2050. Increasing emissions from transport and aviation are proving main challenges to this goal and red tape is slowing the renewables development.

Delta-ee Director, Andy Bradley, says “For heat, the journey to zero carbon is still very much unknown [...] Electrification, hydrogen, biomethane and district heating all have a role to play."

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Microgrid 2019: Shaping the New Electric Grid will take place in San Diego from the 13th to the 16th of May. The event "will feature top industry speakers, thought-provoking panel discussions, informative case studies & technology exhibits, tours of real-world microgrids, opportunities to meet potential customers and extensive networking sessions". Delta-ee's principal analyst, Jeremy Harrison, will attend the event. Find more information at

Episode 5 of Delta-ee's podcast "Talking New Energy" is now available. This episode covers the topic of "Smart Thermostats: What business models and opportunities are companies pursuing?". Jon Slowe is joined by CPO of Tado°, Christian Deilmann, CCO of Quby, Wicher de Groot and Senior Analyst at Delta-ee, Matti Kahola. 

They discuss some of the challenges and advantages smart thermostats bring to the connected home and heating energy market.

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

Delta-ee's analyst / electrification of heat service manager, Cate Lyon appeared on BBC Radio 4 Money Box on Saturday the 27th April. Joining presenter Paul Lewis, Cate discussed heat pumps in the episode "The difficulties of renting on benefits". Listen to the episode here.

Electromobility 2019, a conference about the present and the future of electromobility, accompanied by an exhibition and workshop, will take place on the 17th - 18th October in Prague. "The market may be growing faster than most of us imagine. Electromobility receives political support across Europe and globally. Battery prices are going down rapidly. In some cases e-cars are already competitive without subsidies." A member of the Delta-ee team will speak at the event. Find more information at

Delta-ee's John Murray, principal analyst, will be the key speaker at the 2019 Power Generation Symposium in Friedrichshafen, Germany, on the 2nd of July. The event will "focus on the energy marketplace of the future, look at strategies for handling growing energy demands, provided environmental friendly solutions and address the development of digital solutions for intelligent grid systems". John will speak on "Change and Innovation: Major trends in the Energy Market". Find more information on the event here.

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