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Home Energy Management (HEM) sits at the intersection of the energy transition and digitalisation. It couldn’t exist without both, and both are accelerating. The pace is such that HEM will become a must-consider, for anyone who wants to be successful in new energy in the home. We predict that the market for HEM will grow significantly in the short term, and likely boom in the medium and long term, creating strong opportunities for a wide range of companies across Europe. Find out more in this free whitepaper.
Access to public charging infrastructure is widely considered a critical enabler for EV uptake. With combined public sector pressure and commercial opportunity, Europe’s public charging market is developing fast and Energy stakeholders are eager to not miss out. In this webinar, Delta-EE will share some of its research into this market, answering questions such as:
- Where are Europe’s chargepoints and how do countries differentiate from each other?- How should I segment the public charging market?- Where does the investment come from and what are the business models?- Who are the market leaders today?
This research study is geared towards helping electricity network operators, the flexibility industry, and other stakeholders develop the right strategies to using demand side flexibility.
This webinar took place on 18th November 2019. It draws on our latest research and look at the current market status, challenges and lessons learnt by DSOs, and future trends.
To view highlights from the webinar, visit: https://youtu.be/GH7Bvs-QweQ. For the full recording, get in touch.
This report was published by Delta-EE in conjunction with SmartEn, the association of market players driving digital and decentralised energy solutions.
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This article was published in the November edition of PV Magazine.
"Earlier this summer, Delta-EE completed a new research study onEarlier this summer, Delta-EE completed a new research study onways to pair energy storage with EV charging infrastructure, acrosshomes, workplaces and vehicle fleets, in addition to bus-chargingapplications. Robin Adey-Johnson, a Delta-EE analyst, presents thereport’s findings on the size of the opportunity that EV chargingoffers for stationary storage batteries."
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This file contains Delta-EE's tracking of DSF players market information. This file is v1.0 and provides an overview of some of the market players we've seen. The database is not comprehensive yet. We are seeking feedback from our subscribers for what to include in v2.0, and it will be updated at least every year.
Ontario continues to be the main gas engine market in Canada, despite the recent withdrawal of incentives for cogeneration. In combination with Alberta, they cover over 80% of gas engine sales for the whole of Canada. In future, we expect a slight decrease in the market due to strict emissions regulations and lower government support. Delta-EE forecasts that the ≥400 kWe gas engine market in Canada will decline from ~145 MWe pa in 2019 to ~125 MWe in 2024.
A Profile (formerly Case Study) provides an analysis of a Local Energy System (LES), including its typology, value proposition, value stream, business model and ownership model, and a SWOT analysis. This profile is part of the profile library of the LES Research Service. Profiles can be used for deepening the knowledge and understanding of a particular project, or for comparing different LES across the matrix. We also use these profiles to illustrate the reports of the LES Research Service.
A Profile (formerly Case Study) provides an analysis of a Local Energy System (LES), including its typology, value proposition, value stream, business model and ownership model, and a SWOT analysis. This profile is part of the profile library of the LES Research Service. Profiles can be used for deepening the knowledge and understanding of a particular project, or for comparing different LES across the matrix. We also use these case studies to illustrate the reports of the LES Research Service.
"Black Start” is the process by which a national electricity system would be recovered following a total system collapse. This is a not uncommon occurrence in some regions of the world, but thankfully virtually unheard of in the Europe; that does not mean we should not plan for such an eventuality, and we do.
In this viewpoint we look at how the UK is tackling this problem – and how microgrids might represent a key part of the solution. They can provide resilience to those that live within their boundaries. They can also support the recovery of the wider power system.
The EV Charging Provider 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 150 companies across Europe to provide a comprehensive viewpoint on how this market is shaping across the continent.
Use this infobase to:
- 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.
The New Energy Business Model Service identifies and analyses innovative business models in the energy sector – taking evidence from the market to inform corporate strategy. This Digest recaps on our recent publications and key industry trends from across the European new energy space.
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