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Is electrifying heat production the next frontier to making the residential sector more environmentally friendly? Jeremy Harrison speaks to the Cogeneration Channel to discuss. View the interview here.

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The Connected Home Service has published its latest Netherlands market report. The report looks at:

  • The current size and forecasted size of the connected home energy market
  • The split of sales between sales channels and what the future trends are for the development of different sales channels
  • The key players in the market, what the level of strategic commitment is, and what type of customer propositions are gaining traction  in the market
  • What are the key scenarios that could lead to a turning point in the market that would significantly increase the size of the market

If you'd like to access this report, get in touch with Matti Kahola via [email protected] or +44 (0)131 659 9142.

The electric vehicles research team will hold its next webinar - Smart charging: The state of the market and where it is heading - on Tuesday 27th November at 10.30am GMT.

In this webinar, Delta-ee’s EV team explore the developing European market for smart charging solutions.

Offering insights from the EV & Electricity Research Service, we will explore:
• Trends in smart charging technologies,
• How smart charging activities offer energy system values,
• Emerging end customer benefits,
• Example leading edge solutions.
The webinar will be followed by a short Q & A with the EV team where we invite you to ask your questions on the topic.

Click here to register. Contact [email protected] for further information or if you have any trouble registering.

Lukas Bergmann, senior analyst and heat pump expert, will speak at BWP'S Heat Pump Forum in Berlin this November. Click here to find out more about the event and get in touch with Lukas via [email protected] if you would like to arrange a meeting.

Alexander Lewis-Jones, manager of Delta-ee's EVs & Electricity Research Service, will speak at this year's European Utility Week in the Hub Session: Electric Vehicles and Renewable Energy: Powering the Transport Sector Transformation.

Electric vehicles (EVs) represent a paradigm shift for both the transport and power sectors, with the potential to accelerate the decarbonisation of both sectors by coupling them. The share of renewable energy in the transport sector is very low; however, a fundamental change is taking place in the passenger road vehicle segment, where EVs are making inroads. The cost reductions seen in RE power generation make renewable electricity an attractive, low-cost fuel for the transport sector. At the same time, a significant scaling up in EV deployment represents a new power demand sector that brings opportunity for the electricity industry as well. The next stage is to understand the synergies between the two sectors and the added benefits possible through coupling. This session aims to discuss EV uptake and development plans in few European countries, analysing the resulting challenges and opportunities for the power system, and formulating strategies to harness the synergies between EVs and renewable power generation. 

Philippa Hardy, manager of Delta-ee's Flexibility Research Service, will also be at the event, speaking with REstore regarding demand-side response.

Director Jon Slowe and Principal Analysts, Charmaine Coutinho and Arthur Jouannic, will also be in attendance.

If you'd like to attend the event, you can register here for a free exhibition pass.

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