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The transition from ‘old’ to ‘new’ energy is underway. In this Summit we focus on how this is happening, the opportunities it brings, and how companies are capturing these opportunities.
The Summit is built around three themes which our research shows are shaping the transition;
Delta-ee Summits comprise our clients and carefully selected invitees – quality not quantity. A carefully crafted programme provides stimulating sharp presentations, discussion & debate, and plenty of networking time in a relaxed atmosphere.
Key features include:
Day 1 is structured around specific parts of the ‘new energy’ market; focused sessions providing the opportunity to hear insights, experiences and tactics from leading players and Delta-ee’s own experts in each field.
Day 2 focuses on strategic issues, business models and joining the dots across the new energy space.
The first day of the Summit will include 4 half day sessions. Attendees may choose one for the morning and one for the afternoon.
Introduction - Delta-ee: State of the Connected Home Market
Session 1: Capturing the market opportunities from connected electric thermal loads
Connectivity is becoming commonplace for gas-based heating and the market for electric thermal loads is now emerging. With the megatrends towards decarbonisation and electrification, opportunities for electric thermal loads seem huge. How are leading players in Europe taking advantage of this opportunity?
Session 2: Building recurring business value from connected home – leading approaches in Europe
Despite the growing volumes, only a handful of companies within the connected home energy space are truly profitable. This session explores some of the most promising and innovative business cases companies are building to generate recurring revenue streams and operational efficiencies.
Session 1 – Capturing the EV customer
The transition to electric transport is opening up new value chains and business models. The prize is considerable and the race is on to win the EV customer. So, what do customers want and how should energy providers support them?
Session 2 – Integrating EVs into the energy system
Numerous technologies are being developed to support EV charging within the electricity system. The number of solutions is considerable and varied – is there a market for all of them?
Session 1: Influencing customer behaviour in the energy sector
Successful application of behavioural science principles is an important tool for any customer strategy. Examples range from improving product portfolio and pricing strategy to maximise take-up, to gaining customer consent to share smart meter data as a foundation to unlock stronger customer relationships.
Discover how you can apply these techniques in your business.
Session 2: Creating new value from energy consumption data
Smart meter and other device data is providing unprecedented insight into the lives of energy customers. With this comes opportunities for those in the energy sector to better meet customer needs, whilst also generating new value for energy companies.
Learn from successful case studies and leaders in this field.
Session 3: Digitalising the energy customer experience
Digitalisation is one of the big themes of the energy transition. It can simultaneously meet the high and rising expectations of customers and respond to the business call to drive operational efficiencies.
Hear about pioneering initiatives in the sector to identify best practice and pitfalls to avoid.
Session 1: How demand response and energy storage are shaping local energy markets in Europe
Local energy markets are an integral part of new energy, as we move towards a distributed energy world and localised demand response and energy storage are key enablers. With an increasing creation of market platforms from a variety of stakeholders and increasing DSO activity with these technologies, cutting through the noise is difficult. We will cover some of the key questions the industry is asking, such as:
Session 2 – The reality of flexible energy for consumers and how to get beyond early adopters
Behind-the-meter demand response and storage markets across Europe are largely nascent still. Business models and in particular customer propositions are constantly evolving. We will explore the trends around how the industry is adapting customer propositions, taking a look at what customer needs are and if we are meeting these, and identifying key success factors going forward.
How to build the customer relationship to provide services as well as commodity or products? Some of the discussion points will include:
Two major trends are impacting the electricity system: the growing demand for flexibility; and the growing supply of flexibility from distributed assets and electrification of heat and transport. Some of the discussion points will include:
Some of the discussion points will include:
Closing remarks from Delta-ee
Speakers will be announced in due course. Last year's speakers included:
If you have any questions regarding the event or registration, contact [email protected].
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