Edinburgh headquartered Delta-ee, the specialist ‘new energy’ research and consulting company, has opened an office in Paris.
The move to Paris allows the company to not only cement relations with existing clients based in both France and across Europe, but also to provide an additional level of support to European utilities, manufacturers, technology companies and innovative start-ups.
Furthermore, it will strengthen Delta-ee’s capability to offer energy market expertise in European regulation, policy environments and the nuances of different national approaches to ‘new energy’.
The new office will be led by Arthur Jouannic, Head of Business Development, Europe, at Delta-ee.
“France is one of the most innovative countries when it comes to new business models and technologies. We recognise the opportunities and challenges in the French market and want to help our clients find the best solutions for the energy transition,” says Arthur Jouannic.
Paris is a hub for the ‘new energy’ companies and has no shortage of highly skilled workforce interested in ‘new energy’. The office will be predominantly French-speaking and will be located in the proximity of Place de la République; an attractive and dynamic location.
“Our new office in Paris helps Delta-ee fulfil its mission of enabling our clients to navigate the energy transition. It places us in the midst of the ‘new energy’ start up culture, working closely with companies that will define the future of the market and we look forward to playing our own role as part of that,” added Arthur Jouannic.