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Talking New Energy

The podcast from Delta-EE

We’re a group of new energy experts, talking about the energy transition in Europe and how it affects businesses and customers across the energy industry.

Talking New Energy - A Delta-EE Podcast

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Podcast S14E08
In conversation with… Steven Meersman, Zenobē Energy

In conversation with... Steven Meersman, Zenobē Energy

As our energy systems transforms and value chains are disrupted, there are brand new types of company emerging. Today we’re talking with one such company, Zenobe Energy, who are focusing on two fast-growing parts of the market – large-scale batteries and electric buses.

We’ll be exploring their role in the transition, what it’s like to be part of a young, fast-growing company in these sectors, and their experiences so far – as well as looking into the future with the Talking New Energy Crystal Ball. Jon Slowe is joined by Steven Meersman, Co-founder and Director at Zenobē Energy and Chris Matson, Partner at LCP.

To learn more about Zenobe >> https://bit.ly/3NpJTs7

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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 S14E08
In conversation with… Steven Meersman, Zenobē Energy

In conversation with... Steven Meersman, Zenobē Energy

As our energy systems transforms and value chains are disrupted, there are brand new types of company emerging. Today we’re talking with one such company, Zenobe Energy, who are focusing on two fast-growing parts of the market – large-scale batteries and electric buses.

We’ll be exploring their role in the transition, what it’s like to be part of a young, fast-growing company in these sectors, and their experiences so far – as well as looking into the future with the Talking New Energy Crystal Ball. Jon Slowe is joined by Steven Meersman, Co-founder and Director at Zenobē Energy and Chris Matson, Partner at LCP.

To learn more about Zenobe >> https://bit.ly/3NpJTs7

Podcast S14E07
HEM, the energy crisis, and a hockey stick

HEM, the energy crisis, and a hockey stick

Home energy management has been talked about for a long time, but so far has largely been a playground for engineers and innovation teams. Now, that is starting to change – with the energy crisis accelerating this. In this episode, Jon talks with Delta-EE experts Arthur Jouannic and Zuoxiang Zhang about HEM, the energy crisis, and why we’re at the beginning of a hockey-stick shaped curve in market growth of HEM.

Podcast S14E06
Thermal storage for cooling commercial buildings

Thermal storage for cooling commercial buildings

In this episode Jon Slowe explores how storing ‘cold’ can help commercial buildings shift their demand away from peak periods. Jon talks with Yaron Ben Nun, Founder & President with Israel-based Nostromo Energy, commercialising water-based energy storage in California.

Podcast S14E05
In conversation with… Nathan Gambling

In conversation with... Nathan Gambling

In this episode, we’re getting into the nitty-gritty of issues in the heating sector. Decarbonising heat is a complex part of the energy transition, and there are lots of elements that go towards ensuring this succeeds. One element that is often overlooked is the role of the installer or engineer. In this episode, Jon Slowe is joined by Nathan Gambling, who is an expert in the world of heating installers in the UK. Nathan is the host of The BetaTalk Renewable Energy Podcast, a plumbing and heating lecturer and consultant, and a training specialist.

Podcast S14E04
a modern kitchen in a new home with a smart thermostat on the wall

Smart thermostats for heat pumps

Heat pumps are increasingly in the news as the Ukraine crisis spurs some people to look at how they can reduce their reliance on gas. But as many listeners will know, keeping comfortable in our houses isn’t just about the heat source – it’s also very much about the controls. In this episode, we explore the interface between heat pumps and smart thermostats – at a high level, as well as getting a bit techie in looking at some of the practical challenges.

Jon Slowe is joined by Helen Boothman, Managing Director, Evergreen Energy; Karolis Petruskevicius, founder of Homely and Head of Smart Home at Evergreen Energy; Matt Trewhella, CEO of Kensa Heat Pumps; and Arthur Jouannic, Delta-EE expert on the topic of home energy management and smart thermostats.

Podcast S14E03
EV charging in apartment garage

The next frontier for EV charging - multi family homes

In this episode we’re looking at EV charging solutions for people in apartment buildings and multi-family homes. When EVs were a niche market a few years ago, most people buying EVs were relatively well-off and had their own driveway. Now, as EV adoption rises and rises, that’s no longer the case. So there’s a need, and market for, equipping parking spaces in apartment buildings and multi-family homes. Jon Slowe is joined by two people at the leading edge of this market – Hilde Holdhus, Chairwoman at Norway-based Movel, and Partner at investment firm Sarsia; Bastien Batt, Managing Director at France-based Borne Recharge Service; and Delta-EE expert William van der Byl.

Podcast S14E02
Large-scale storage of green hydrogen

Large-scale storage of green hydrogen

In this episode, Jon discusses with Germain Hurtado, Hydrogen Project Director at Storengy and Rob Bloom, hydrogen expert at Delta-EE, how green hydrogen can be stored at scale in salt caverns. Focusing on the Hypster project in France, Jon and the guests explore how this can provide a buffer between production and demand, as well as opening up opportunities for hydrogen to be an answer to the growing need for long-duration storage.
Podcast S0E0

Special Episode: The Energy Crisis

In this episode, Jon Slowe, together with Delta-EE experts, explores how the energy industry and policy makers are responding to the energy crisis – and why he is frustrated that more isn’t being done on the demand side.

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