The spotlight shines on distribution networks
A new whitepaper from Delta-EE
Distribution networks are entering a brave new age. They have done their job excellently in Europe in the previous decades – distributing electricity from the transmission system to households and businesses in an efficient, cost-effective, reliable manner.
But the nature of their job is changing radically. In some European countries this change is well underway; in others it is largely still to come.
The energy transition brings two massive challenges to DSOs.
- Connecting large amounts of renewable generation to networks
- Accommodating increasing electrification of transport and heat.
No longer can DSOs solely rely on their traditional toolkits such as network-reinforcement and direct load control.
Find out more about these challenges and more in our new free whitepaper.
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Arthur has 7 years’ experience in the energy transition market, and has deep expertise in the fields of connectivity, customer innovation, heat and energy services. He is working across Europe, North America and Australia, with a wide range of clients, from large corporate energy or tech companies, to small innovative start-ups disrupting the new energy field. Arthur is a regular speaker on the European new energy conference circuit and a recognised thought leader of the connected home industry.
In 2019, Arthur set up the Paris office of Delta-EE, where he is leading a team of analysts and business developers. His primary role is to accelerate the development of Delta-EE activities in France and in the rest of continental Europe.
He is also involved in a wide range of activities in Delta-EE including directing strategy projects, developing new business ideas, marketing Delta-EE’s content, managing a subscription product and doing business development.
Arthur holds an MSc of renewable energy engineering and a BSc of mechanical and energy engineering, from Heriot Watt University.
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Silvestros’ role is to provide support to a wide range of research and consulting projects, and he is a part of Delta-EE's Distributed Power Service research team.
Prior to joining Delta-EE, he worked as an electrical engineer in the renewable energy sector in Greece, bringing a background in engineering and PV.
Silvestros holds an MSc (Distinction) in Sustainable Energy Systems from the University of Edinburgh as well as an MEng in Electrical & Computer Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
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