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Philippa Hardy, Principal Analyst, writes for PV Magazine on the potential demand side flexibility opportunities for DSOs going forward.
Decarbonising heat in existing buildings has long been a challenge, but opportunities are finally emerging. The heating transition is accelerating, and market trends are converging right now to create strong foundations for success – if market players are ready to capitalise.
This Whitepaper explores the progress being made in the shift from the old energy supply model – of selling energy purely as a commodity – towards the sale of new energy products and services – like electric vehicles, smart tariffs and demand response. It draws on work undertaken by Delta-EE’s New Energy Business Model Service, which analysed the activity of 24 major players in Europe’s energy transition, spanning five key sectors (energy suppliers, oil majors, tech giants, automotive and HVAC manufacturers), as well as consumer spending on new energy technologies in seven key markets (France, Germany, Italy, the UK, Netherlands, Belgium and Spain).
European EV Chargepoint forecasts to 2030: Segmented by Home, Workplace & Public (Destination, On-Street and Transit)
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Many models are emerging that combine the retail of electricity with vehicles. This is an example of how the eMobility landscape is forming an integrated value chain across energy and mobility.
This viewpoint explores whether the ultimate proposition of “EV as a Service” will emerge and who is likely to supply it.
The EV Charging Player Infobase details the key players in the EV charging market across Europe. This is a young and ever-evolving marketplace. Delta-EE has collated information on over 250 companies across Europe to provide a comprehensive viewpoint on how this market is shaping across the continent.
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- define the key roles in EV charging.
- look up particular companies and organisations.
- understand who is participating in which territories.
- discover partnerships, acquisitions and investments.
What opportunity is there for high efficiency and low carbon gas heating solutions in France? The French heating market has a large installed base of natural gas appliances, but it is generally on a trajectory towards more electric heating. It has one of the lowest electricity prices in Europe, due to a large nuclear baseload, and historically policy has been more favourable to electric heating. However, there is a remaining opportunity for gas in key types of existing building. Strong growth of the hybrid heat pump market over the next decade, combined with opportunities in collective heating, are the biggest opportunities. These opportunities will be even greater with continued decarbonisation of the gas grid. We explore all these points in this report.
Delta-EE surveyed 600 BEV & PHEV owners across key European markets to understand their motivations for going EV, their approach to buying EVs, where and how they charge, eMobility products and tariffs. This report presents the results for the French market.
Hybrid heat pumps have been an available technology option for decarbonising heating for several years. They can offer several benefits over other heating technologies, including being lower-carbon and more efficient than boilers, and providing solutions to some of the key challenges associated with fully electric heat pumps (especially in retrofit). They could, therefore, play a key role in the “balanced transition” towards a decarbonised heating sector in Europe: by supporting electrification goals and reducing dependency on fossil fuels, while keeping the option open for the use of decarbonised gases like hydrogen & biomethane.
In the short-term, hybrids can capture opportunities in France, primarily in the on-gas new build segment but also in the retrofit segment, driven by subsides – such as Maprimerénov - and positive customer economics.
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