How LCP specialists delivered bottom-up modelling of the electricity market to assess investment dynamics in a reformed energy market.
The energy industry is a complex and evolving environment facing continuous challenges as we attempt to decarbonise the market in an affordable way, while maintaining security of supply.
At LCP we combine in-depth knowledge of the energy sector with modelling expertise developed over many years of engagement with government and industry to help our clients make informed decisions.
Our analysis has been used to assess some of the industry’s most challenging issues and has informed key governmental policy decisions, from determining the capacity procured in the GB Capacity Market, to understanding the benefit of new technologies over the next 30 years. LCP’s energy market modelling is constantly updated in light of new policy and market changes to provide evidence-based recommendations linked to the wider policy and regulatory context.
How we have helped our clients
How LCP advised RWE on the impact of the auctions on their generation portfolio and on wider market variables.
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Developing bespoke modelling solutions to supplement in-house analysis to suit the client’s needs.Discover more
Strategic advice aimed at maximising the benefits and minimising the risks associated with the Capacity Market and Contracts for Difference.Discover more
From projections for individual power plants to assessing market scenarios for wholesale prices, security of supply and emission analysis.Discover more
Insight into how the changing policy environment can impact businesses and evidence-based recommendations to address policy uncertainties.Discover more
Independent reviews, quality assurance and benchmarking of in-house energy models to avoid the risks that complex and opaque analysis can pose.Discover more