Report: The New Energy Consumer: Who Are They and What Do They Want?
The data hub to understand consumer attitudes and preferences on innovative energy propositions in Europe
Delta-EE presents an ambitious study looking at consumer attitudes and behaviours towards 52 innovative energy products and services across Europe, across six key European countries and six attitudinal groups.
- Do you want data that challenges or validates or inspires your thinking regarding the best opportunities for innovative products and services in Europe?
- Do you want to know which countries will best suit your specific proposition?
- Do you want to know the customer types who are most likely to want your proposition?
- Do you want to know how to develop your proposition roadmap?
- Are you looking to do your own in-house consumer research but want to be sure you focus on the right knowledge gaps and propositions i.e. you need a pre-feasibility study?
- Do you want to know what propositions European consumers are most interested in?
- Do you want to benchmark your own market or consumer base against the leading markets in Europe?
This study helps you answer these questions.
About The Study
- The types of propositions included: Time-of-use tariffs, Auto-switching services, Wholesale energy tariffs, PV optimisation, Energy insights information, Smart speakers, Smart thermostat, Electric heating tariffs, Remote diagnostic, High efficiency heating appliances, Local energy tariffs, Energy communities, EVs smart charging.
- Countries included: France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, UK
- Consumer attitudinal groups: Price sensitive, Financially constrained, Tech savvy, Risk averse, Ethically motivated, Convenience driven
- More than 250,000 data points
- Responses from over 5000 adults that make decisions around the energy consumption in their house
- Rankings of propositions in countries and across attitudinal groups
- Key questions: Appeal, Understanding, Awareness, Likely uptake, Reason to buy, Concern about buying, Data access acceptance, Feature appeal, Preferred ways of compensation, Behavioural indicators