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The Energy Storage in the Clean Energy for All Europeans Package Workshop will take place in Brussels, Belgium, from the 21st - 22nd May . The event "offers a unique opportunity to industry, researchers, and policymakers to delve into the storage-related aspects of the package and debate the practical implications for the energy storage sector". "A diverse group of speakers will share their expertise, presenting innovative energy storage projects, tips to future-proof the energy storage business case and adapt to the new policy framework, and insights on the future services and revenue streams for storage that can be expected to emerge across Europe."

Valentin Noilhetas, analyst / energy storage research service manager, will attend and Robin Adey-Johnson, analyst, will speak at the event. For more information visit https://ease.events.idloom.com/CEP_workshop

Intersolar Europe will take place from the 14th to the 17th of May in Munich, Germany. "The event’s exhi­bition and conference both focus on the areas of photovoltaics, solar thermal technologies, solar plants, as well as grid infrastructure and solutions for the integration of renewable energy".

Delta-ee's Jon Slowe, director, will speak on microgrids and the energy storage team will attend the event. Visit https://www.intersolar.de/en/home.html for more information on the event.

"Sustainable mobility is a core concern for all industrial players and public authorities. It affects both our lifestyles and our economy, as well as facing major changes, such as electrification, connectivity and driverless vehicles. To be prepared for these changes, it is essential to fully understand how to be used in future mobility, together with the related business models and issues surrounding social acceptability."

These issues will be addressed at the EVS32 International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition held on the 19th to 22nd of May in Lyon, France. 

Delta-ee's John Murray, principal analyst, will attend the event and Delta-ee's Alexander Lewis-Jones, analyst / EVs & electricity research service manager, will speak at the event on "Who is the EV customer? ‘Early adopter’ customer segmentation". Find more information on the event at https://www.evs32.org/.

In Episode 2: "Smart Charging", the latest episode of Delta-ee's podcast "Talking New Energy", Jon Slowe speaks to Jordan Brompton of MyEnergi, Jorg van Heesbeen of Jedlix and Alexander Lewis-Jones of Delta-ee about smart charging.

With electric vehicles set to revolutionise the transport sector in Europe, they discuss the challenges this brings to the electricity system and the charging technologies that help. 

Listen now at https://www.delta-ee.com/TalkingNewEnergy and follow Talking New Energy on Twitter for further updates.

The Scottish Renewables Low-Carbon Heat Conference 2019 will take place on Tuesday 30 April in Glasgow. "The reality for low-carbon heat continues to be slow but steady growth. But there are many reasons to be optimistic about the sector’s future." The Conference will survey opportunities from emerging policies and look to provide constructive advice on the economic future of the low-carbon heat sector.

Delta-ee's principal analyst, Jennifer Arran, will speak on the "Hydrogen: the future’s hybrid?" panel. "In recent years hydrogen has loomed large in the heat debate. 2018 saw the publication of both a highly anticipated review of the fuel's potential by the Committee on Climate Change and a UK Government review of the available evidence. With the CCC suggesting electric and hydrogen heat could be complementary, could both live side by side in the future? Could, and should, hydrogen save the gas grid?".

Visit https://www.scottishrenewables.com/events/heat19/ for more information on the event.

The Western Power Distribution & EA Technology Workshop will take place in Birmingham on Wednesday 10 April. The workshop will comprise presentations from senior WPD personnel and partners at EA Technology on proposed methodology to accommodate the likely increase in demand on the network as a result of EV charging. "The predicted growth in Electric Vehicle (EVs) presents a number of challenges for DNOs and the wider industry. Reinforcement of the network to accommodate the additional demand required could result in extra expense and disruption, unless smarter solutions can be found." Kate Armitage will attend the event on behalf of Delta-ee. For more information visit https://www.westernpower.co.uk/

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