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Talking New Energy

The podcast from LCP Delta

We’re a group of new energy experts, talking about the leading edge of the energy transition in Europe and beyond - from customers to networks to large-scale generation.

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Podcast S16E08
Nick Woolley

In conversation with… Nick Woolley, ev.energy

In this episode, Jon Slowe talks to Nick Woolley, CEO and Co-Founder of ev.energy. Nick last joined Talking New Energy in 2020, and talks us through the progress his company has made in their mission to deliver a simple, straightforward EV charging experience, enabling customers to recharge their electric vehicle at home and outside the home, using the cheapest and greenest energy from the grid.

About the podcast

Since its 2019 launch, we’ve welcomed over 100 different companies to the podcast to share their views on the energy transition, and our 100+ episodes have been downloaded over 100,000 times.

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Podcast S16E08
Nick Woolley

In conversation with… Nick Woolley, ev.energy

In this episode, Jon Slowe talks to Nick Woolley, CEO and Co-Founder of ev.energy. Nick last joined Talking New Energy in 2020, and talks us through the progress his company has made in their mission to deliver a simple, straightforward EV charging experience, enabling customers to recharge their electric vehicle at home and outside the home, using the cheapest and greenest energy from the grid.

Podcast S16E07
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In conversation with… Christian Deilmann, tado

In this episode, Jon Slowe catches up with Christian Deilmann, co-founder and managing director of tado. They discuss the growth of tado since its launch in 2011 to today, having sold close to 3 million smart thermostats across Europe, and explore where tado is headed.

Podcast S16E06
Remote home control system on a digital tablet.

Home energy management - a game of interoperability

Imagine a future where devices in our homes like heat pumps, batteries and electric vehicle charge points talk to each other and work out when to operate in response to the changing needs of the distribution network, the electricity system, and the intraday markets. How can we move towards this, from our current situation of having lot of closed systems that don’t communicate with each other? Jon Slowe discusses this question with LCP Delta experts Arthur Jouannic and Zuoxiang Zhang.

Podcast S16E05
Podcast Bright

Driving customer engagement at a Swedish energy retailer

In this episode, Jon Slowe talks with Daniel Snygg from Swedish energy retailer Halmstads Energi och Miljo (HEM), Thomas Forssell from digital service provider Bright, and LCP Delta expert David Trevithick, exploring how HEM and Bright have worked together to improve engagement with HEM’s customers.

Podcast S16E04
shihab

Exploring mobile energy storage and EV charging infrastructure in the USA

In this episode we’re looking at the intersection of electricity distribution networks, energy storage, and EV charging infrastructure in North America. Jon Slowe is joined by Dr Shihab Kuran, founder and CEO of Power Edison, as well as Executive Chairman of their sister company EV Edison, to discuss his work with energy storage – stationary and mobile – and EV charging infrastructure.

Podcast S16E03
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Energy Systems Toolkit: Supporting local Net Zero planning

This week we’re discussing supporting local net zero planning the Energy Systems Toolkit. Host Jon Slowe is joined by Matthew Hindle, Head of Net Zero and Sustainability at Wales & West Utilities, and Andrew Conway, Principal Analyst at LCP Delta.

The toolkit is a practical resource designed to offer organisations the opportunity to design an affordable and reliable future energy system to reach Net Zero. It combines Wales & West Utilities innovative whole systems simulator, the 2050 Energy Pathfinder, with supporting guidance documentation and an in-depth Net Zero and Energy knowledge base.

Podcast S16E02
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24/7 Renewable Energy: the lowdown on hourly energy certificates

In this episode, we look at the world of green energy certificates, which is getting more complex. Many companies and individuals on green energy tariffs want reassurance that they use 100% renewable energy, but with the current methods of matching supply and demand over a 12-month period this is not possible. Jon is joined by Toby Ferenczi. Toby is the CEO and co-founder of Granular Energy a company building software solutions for utilities and other stakeholders to access, manage and trade time-stamped energy certificates. Toby also founded EnergyTag, an industry-led, non-profit initiative to define and build a market for time-stamped energy certificates. Prior to his current role Toby was a VP at OVO Energy, a large green energy utility from the UK where he led international expansion. His previous roles include Managing Director at the demand-response company VCharge (acquired by OVO), and co-founder at UK solar company Engensa (acquired by Hanergy).

Podcast S16E01
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In conversation with... Philipp Pausder, Thermondo

In this episode, Jon Slowe is joined by Philipp Pausder, founder and CEO of Thermondo, Germany’s largest installer of heating systems. They discuss the current energy crisis, what Thermondo are seeing from customers, and how they’re responding. They also discuss whether energy as a service can accelerate the uptake of high-efficiency products in customers’ homes as the energy transition gathers pace.

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