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ESI FINAL NOSTRAPLINEThe customer end of the value chain is starting to change, bringing with it new value creation opportunities. But also bringing disruption, new competition and disintermediation. Delta-ee is pleased to announce our Energy Services Innovation study, a new multi-client study helping our clients to focus their energy services efforts in the most effective way to increase their chances of developing winning business models and propositions. We held a free webinar on the 29th September 2015 to explore our new study for exploiting and navigating the structures changes that energy services are bringing to European energy and heating markets. Watch the webinar on our YouTube channel here. 

delta ee connected.homeNow published - the latest report from the Delta-ee Connected Home Service, looking at customer attitudes towards connected home energy products and services. What do customers like? How much would they pay for it? Any appealing customer proposition? Who would they buy connected home products from? The answers to these questions are now available to all our connected home subscribers! Contact Arthur Jouannic if you would like any additional information or read out press release.

IMG 3147 largeA team from Delta-ee attended IFA 2015 which took place in Berlin from 4-9 September. IFA is a global trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances, and presents the latest products and innovations in the heart of Europe‘s most important regional market. For more information on the event visit

globe 80x130 yDue to our continued growth, Delta-ee has moved to a new office. Our new address is as follows:
Floor F, Argyle House
3 Lady Lawson Street
All other contact details, including telephone numbers, remain the same.

CogenChannelIn a recent interview video published on the Cogeneration Channel, Michael Brown, Director at Delta-ee, discusses why new energy policies and a constant trend in the price of energy are needed in order for the CHP market to maintain a dominant role in European countries over the next few years. Certain countries, such as Germany and Belgium, have always supported CHP with strong energy policies, whilst in the United Kingdom development has come about despite there not being any real laws which encouraged the use of CHP. Watch the video here.

house 80x130 yFollowing the decision by the European Court of Justice that UK has incorrectly applied a 5% VAT rate to the 'supply and installation of energy saving materials in residential buildings', we have released bespoke primary research and analysis to quantify the likely impact of a potential VAT increase in the UK on low carbon heating products. Read our Briefing Note which summarises our new customer research and techno-economic analysis - quantifying the impact on likely market volumes in the event that VAT rises from 5% to 20%. Contact Philippa Hardy for more information. 

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