Energy Storage Research Service
About the service
Distributed energy storage is establishing itself in many markets – in homes, businesses and in front of the meter. More value streams are opening up, electricity systems are decentralising, and technology costs continue to fall. The market today is growing fast, but from a small base. Different companies are adopting different positions and approaches to the market, with a variety of business models emerging. Identifying, understanding and acting on the best opportunities is critical to securing a slice of the fast-growing distributed energy storage market.
Our Energy Storage Research Service provides data, analysis and opinion that enable you to evolve the right approach to distributed energy storage and to identify, understand and act on opportunities.
“Distributed energy storage has rapidly emerged as a technology that can deliver value to customers and the electricity system alike. But this value is not always straightforward to realise. Many customers still do not understand their energy use, or how a complex asset like energy storage can benefit them. Likewise, energy regulators and system operators in Europe and around the world are still learning how energy storage can enable the energy transition. Energy companies, storage providers and asset operators are already taking a range of different routes to navigate these complexities and deliver a successful storage proposition.”
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Delta EE - your partner in Energy Storage Research
The future of energy storage is at the centre of many questions and concerns surrounding the energy transition. Our comprehensive expert insight and research explores key considerations, such as:
- What are the best and most promising business models and propositions for behind-the-meter storage?
- Which are the most promising value streams, and how can I capture and stack them?
- What new market opportunities will falling energy storage prices unlock?
- Where are the best opportunities today – and in the next years?
- How are batteries communicating with other devices, what are the issues, and where is this headed?
- What are the opportunities for reusing EV batteries in the stationary storage market, and when will they come?
- How are companies differentiating their energy storage propositions?
- What is the impact of different use cases on the lifetime of an energy storage technology?
- To what degree are value streams being stacked, how, by who, and what’s the outlook?
- How are energy storage stakeholders dealing with uncertainty in value streams?
- What’s the best practice in behind-the-meter storage accessing values beyond self-consumption?
- To what degree is the rapid growth of EVs a threat to stationary energy storage?
Essential energy storage intelligence at your fingertips
By working with our clients on a subscription basis, the full breadth of our extensive research and insight is simple and intuitive to access.
As part of the subscription, you will receive:
Resources available in the subscription
Thoroughly researched reports on the most important connected home and smart home developments.
Reactive, insightful reports from our industry experts exploring the latest connected home news and events.
The data you need to make the best decisions for your business, including customer research and company profiles.
Company & Project Profiles
Case studies investigating the business models and customer propositions of companies in the energy space.
Ad hoc support from our expert team of analysts.
New Energy Summit
Priority entry to our New Energy Summit, giving you the chance to network and learn from industry experts.
European Market Monitor on Energy Storage (EMMES)
Subscribers can access the European Market Monitor on Energy Storage (EMMES), updated for 2020/21. EMMES assesses the status and trends of European energy storage markets across the residential, commercial & industrial, and Front-of-Meter segments, with a focus on electrical energy storage.
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Who we work with
Our research benefits a wide range of industries and organisations, including, but not limited to: