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How is Heat as a Service emerging in the European heating market?

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Andy is a Partner at LCP Delta. LCP Delta combines the expertise of LCP Energy and Delta-EE to provide a single partner across the whole energy value chain. Since joining Delta-EE in 2010, Andy...

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In this episode of Talking New Energy, we look at Heat as a Service, which is emerging across the European heating market. The macro-trend from products to services can be seen across many different industries, and is now starting to pick up more momentum in the heating sector, causing disruption in the relatively conservative heating industry. Host Jon Slowe, Director at Delta-EE, looks at the leading edge of some of this disruption from Denmark and Germany, from the perspective of Andreas Ballhausen, Managing Director of Viessmann Solutions and Services; Nicolai Kipp, Chief Consultant at Dansk Fjernvarme; and Delta-EE Heat as a Service expert, Roxanne Pieterse.

 

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