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Energy retailers’ perspective on home energy management

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Andy is a Director of Delta-EE, a specialist research and consultancy company in the 'new energy' sector. Since joining Delta-EE in 2010, Andy has helped define and develop Delta-EE’s portfolio...

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In this episode of Talking New Energy, a podcast from Delta-EE, we talk about Home Energy Management (HEM) from the perspective of two large European energy retailers: Centrica and E.ON. We discuss how home energy management will grow over the coming years and what propositions and services customers will want.

Host Jon Slowe is joined by Alex Cirlan, Founder of E.ON Home, and Director of Product Development and Software and E.ON Group, and Neal Coady, Director of Product, HEM, at Centrica. Alix Weil, Delta-EE connected home expert, also joins.

 

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Matt Chester on Oct 8, 2020

Such an exciting time to be a disruptor in this space-- everything we knew about the utility / customer relationship is changing, and it's adapt or get left behind!

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