In this podcast, host Jon Slowe explores the options for charging for those that park their electric vehicles on-street. He is joined by two of Delta-EE’s EV team, Alex Lewis-Jones and Kate Armitage, to discuss those innovating in this space across Europe.
Hydrogen could be flowing through gas pipes into homes in the future. If so, we’ll need boilers that can run on hydrogen to heat our homes, as well as hydrogen powered fuel cells or hydrogen powered thermally driven heat pumps. In this episode we explore the challenges in developing hydrogen boilers. Host Jon Slowe is joined by two of Europe’s leading boiler manufacturers - Tom Collins, Hydrogen Lead at Bosch Thermotechnology; Jon Phillips, Group Product Manager for wall hung boilers at BDR Thermea; and Delta-EE expert Steven Ashurst. Find out more about our hydrogen research at www.delta-ee.com/hydrogen.
Customers will be at the heart of much of the energy transition. No longer does the boundary of the energy system end at the meter: EVs, heat pumps, batteries and flexible loads will all play a big role in services to customers and the energy system. In this episode we will take a look at customers needs and wants, how they react to certain propositions, and we also look at highlights of Delta-EE's customer research. Host Jon Slowe is joined by Delta-EE experts, David Trevithick and Lodovica Di Deodato.
For more information on our research, visit www.delta-ee.com.
Europe has built up one of the best gas distribution infrastructures in the world. There’s one problem though. It distributes natural gas, a fuel that we will hardly be able to use if we’re to reach our net zero targets. Can we use the infrastructure instead for clean hydrogen – either blended with natural gas as a stepping stone, or with pure hydrogen in the future? In this episode we put aside discussion on the extent to which we should do this – and focus on whether or not we can do this, and what’s involved in doing so.
Jon Slowe is joined by Eva Hennig, Head of Department for EU Energy Policy at Thüga, an alliance of German municipal energy companies (as well as chair of Eurogas’s distribution committee); Keith Owen Head of Systems Development and Energy Strategy at Northern Gas Networks in the UK; and Delta-EE expert, Rob Castek.
Visit www.delta-ee.com/hydrogen to learn more about our hydrogen research.
Demand side flexibility across Europe is growing. It’s set to play a bigger and bigger role as the energy transition accelerates. This week we discuss residential-scale demand response, focusing on the nitty-gritty issues of standards and interoperability, which can play a huge role in opening up and facilitating markets. Host Jon Slowe is joined by Adriaan van Eck, from the Flexible Alliance Network, based in the Netherlands; Nina Klein, from the UK Government department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy; and Delta-EE expert Lucy Murley.
In this episode of Talking New Energy, Jon Slowe is joined by Delta-EE's Head of Heat Lindsay Sugden and Head of Consulting Charmaine Coutinho to talk about what new energy presents we'd like to see under the Christmas tree, a look back at 2020 and a look forward to 2021.
The spotlight on hydrogen is getting ever stronger. It will, for sure, play a role in the energy transition. The precise size and nature of that role is still to be determined. Today we’re focusing on Scotland, where clean hydrogen definitely exists on the ground, and where hydrogen is likely to have a significant role in the future. Host Jon Slowe is joined by Nigel Holmes, CEO of the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Association; Neil Kermode, Managing Director of the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney; and Delta-EE expert Jeremy Harrison.
Visit www.delta-ee.com/hydrogen to find out more about our hydrogen research.
In this episode, Jon Slowe explores how incumbent energy retailers are navigating the energy transition, moving away from focusing only on selling kWh, and becoming more agile and customer centric. He is talking to Arjan Van Der Eijk, who is currently CEO of Innogy eMobility Solutions. Before that, he worked for several years in the retail businesses of Essent in the Netherlands and Innogy in Germany and beyond.