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Banks across Europe are starting to see residential, new energy solutions as a promising lending opportunity. Read our Whitepaper, which outlines four ways that energy companies could benefit from the green finance revolution in banking.
Customer Relationship Management. The CRM concept accounting system, clients, support, deals. Organization of data on work with clients
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Delta-EE’s Customer Transition Framework was originally formulated in 2019 and describes a journey that begins with suppliers aiming to engage their customers in a constructive dialogue, and ends with a collaboration with them, to help them navigate their personal transition from old to new energy. This whitepaper proposes a slight modification to this idea, in...
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This whitepaper was originally published in November 2021 and was updated in March 2022. The current response to the energy crisis can be characterised as short term and tactical, largely focusing on: Trying to limit the effect of wholesale energy price rises on customers’ tariffs Securing new and additional sources of natural gas and fossil...
Hydrogen h2 renewable energy production
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According to the European Commission’s target set in 2020, electrolyser capacity needs to reach 6 GW by 2024, an increase of over 50 times in just 3 years. Will this growth be achieved? We draw upon some of our latest hydrogen research in this whitepaper to assess the likelihood of this target being met. While...
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Report Summary
This report provides a high-level summary of 30 European markets and their demand side flexibility market activity. We answered the following questions: Which countries have open and accessible value streams for DSF To what extent can assets access local flexibility, be that through energy communities or distribution system flexibility? Which TSOs spend the most on...
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Obtaining electricity network connections for new housing developments is often constrained by the current regulatory investment methodology as well as by technical and other factors. This is being exacerbated by increasing electrical demands arising from the electrification of heat and mobility to meet decarbonisation targets. This can result in sub-optimal investment decisions focused primarily on...

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