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Delta-ee's upcoming webinar - European Electric Vehicle Customer Research: The Results – courtesy of Delta-ee’s EVs & Electricity Research Service team will take place on Thursday June 27th at 10.30am BST. 

In this webinar, we will be presenting highlights from our new customer research, with results collected from existing and prospective EV drivers across key European markets. Our survey captured insights from over 1,000 respondents across five countries: France, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway and the UK.

During the webinar, we will be sharing results from questions such as:

  • How are EV owners charging their cars today?
  • Who are the leading home EV chargepoint suppliers brands across Europe?
  • How many drivers have changed their electricity tariff as a result of owning an EV?
  • How appealing is smart charging, both for existing and prospective EV drivers?
  • For EV drivers who engage with smart charging, which methods of value sharing and reimbursement are most appealing?

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For further information or if you have any issues connecting to the webinar, contact [email protected]

Delta-ee's Connected Home team will hold their next webinar on Tuesday 18th June. 

The European connected home market: what’s behind the growth?

The European connected home market has seen strong growth in recent years. In this webinar, we will explore the core dynamics and drivers behind this growth as well as look at the emergence of subscription and service-based business models.

The webinar will include:

  • A product by product overview, focusing on energy and voice applications
  • State of connected home services, subscription and recurring revenue business models & how to use these
  • Our view on where the next wave of growth will come from

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"Energy storage market: Further strong growth", a recent article from pv Europe, has mentioned Delta-ee's European Market Monitor on Energy Storage (EMMES).

"According to a recent analysis from Delta-ee, the European energy storage market grew by 75 percent in 2018, which corresponds to absolute growth of over 1.2 gigawatts (GW). Further growth of 12% is expected for 2019. According to the most recent annual forecast from the market research company Bloomberg NEF (BNEF), the global energy storage market (excluding pumped hydro) will reach a cumulative capacity of 942 GW or 2,857 GWh by 2040, attracting 620 billion dollars in investments."

Read the full article here

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

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].

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