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Updated: 10 Aug 2020 7:07am
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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).

Updated: 17 Jul 2020 11:11am
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Updated: 15 Jul 2020 7:07am
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European EV Chargepoint forecasts to 2030: Segmented by Home, Workplace & Public (Destination, On-Street and Transit)

Updated: 08 Jul 2020 3:03am
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Growth in electric vehicles ( is accelerating across Europe, with the number of EVs on the road increasing five fold between 2014 and 2019 and now reaching up to 70 of new vehicle sales in market leading country, Norway. We expect to see this growth trajectory continuing, with the number of EVs on the road in Europe increasing from 2 million in 2020 to approximately 40 million by 2030 as increased funding is poured into the sector by governments as part of post COVID 19 stimulus packages and decarbonisation incentives, giving the private sector confidence to invest. This anticipated growth has led to aggressive ‘land grabbing’ in the EV charging sector over the last five years, as companies compete for the technology, chargepoint locations and strategic partnerships that will be crucial for future success.

To identify the trends driving the market, we have leveraged Drake Star’s unique insight into the transactions that have occurred in the EV charging sector to date, categorising transactions by transaction type, valuation, role in the value chain and type of acquiring or investing company. A full list of these transactions is available in the appendix. This insight has been combined with Delta EE’s analysis on the business models being developed by EV charging companies, the future growth of this sector and market intelligence on the player landscape. To give a more comprehensive overview of how sector dynamics are reshaping the industry, we have exclusively interviewed some of the leading executives within the EV Charging and New Energies domain.

We would like to thank Daniel Lyons (GM New Business Development, Future Mobility at Shell), Franz Weber (Co founder CFO, The Mobility House), Jelle Vastert (SB Energy, Former Director of Global EV Charging at Tesla), Massimo Resta ( Zouk Capital, investor in EO Charging, Liberty Charge, InstaVolt and BePower for sharing their valuable insights.

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Updated: 10 Jun 2020 2:14pm
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Our research identifies that there are three groupings of OEMs in relation to eMobility ecosystem solutions. Find out more in this whitepaper.

Updated: 05 Jun 2020 10:10am
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Can Energy Communities fund the energy transition?  

Against the background of the worst recession in the last three centuries, the EU ambition to deliver a trillion-dollar infrastructure investment initiative seems ambitious. It raises one simple question. Where is the money going to come from? 

And the answer? Maybe from you! 

Find out more in this whitepaper from our local energy systems experts.

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Updated: 11 Aug 2020 5:05am
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This report explores key insights from the Australian residential energy storage market – how and why battery storage is finding its way into homes in such numbers, and what can be learnt from this market activity. The core aims are to:

  • Understand the current status of the Australian residential energy storage market
  • Evaluate market drivers, customer uptake, prevailing business models – and explore future market development
  • Identify key considerations for those seeking to do well in residential energy storage markets
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This report analyses how the European remote diagnostics market evolved in 2019. The report covers the updated market size, competitor landscape and new route to market of remote boiler diagnostics. It also summarises the market development and competitor landscape of remote heat pump diagnostics. 

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Updated: 06 Aug 2020 10:10am
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Updated: 05 Aug 2020 12:12pm
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Updated: 03 Aug 2020 9:09am
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This document is intended to help define key terms and concepts community used in the Local Energy Systems Research Service. The document starts by defining what a local energy system is before continuing to explain key concepts. This is followed by technical terms and acronyms. 

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Updated: 03 Aug 2020 8:08am
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This report explores how residential batteries are being connected into home energy management (HEM) ecosystems, and how a battery provider’s positioning might influence the choices they make around connectivity, communications and control in HEM.​

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Updated: 30 Jul 2020 10:10am
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This report provides an overview of the DSO demand side flexibility (DSF) market. It looks at the progress across Europe of DSOs procuring DSF for different purposes, and the key drivers that incentivise leading DSOs to action. It covers how and why DSOs are starting to procure DSF and the different values offered to DSF providers by DSOs, giving an example of how a DSO might go about determining the maximum value that DSF can provide. The report also covers how DSOs set the market price of DSF, how this compares to other revenue streams for providers of flexibility and the market growth potential in this space.

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