Energy analytics

asset valuations

Decarbonisation, affordability and security of supply challenges have led governments around Europe to introduce energy subsidies and capacity auctions to stimulate investment.

This has fundamentally transformed the investment dynamics, the way energy market participants are remunerated and the value of energy assets. In particular, there is a growing need to understand the revenues and costs associated with ancillary services such as balancing costs that are set to become material for investment decisions.

How we can help

We combine our modelling capability with the latest market insights to provide generation asset valuation that reflects all aspects of the energy market. Our recommendations are based on detailed research and underpinned by robust evidence.

We have provided market insight and valuations for a number of projects including both traditional and renewable technologies considering a range of policy incentives and market scenarios.

How we have helped our clients

Generation assets valuation

How LCP specialists delivered bottom-up modelling of the electricity market to assess investment dynamics in a reformed energy market.

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Bespoke model development

Developing bespoke modelling solutions to supplement in-house analysis to suit the client’s needs.

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Capacity Market and CfD advice

Strategic advice aimed at maximising the benefits and minimising the risks associated with the Capacity Market and Contracts for Difference.

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Energy policy studies

Insight into how the changing policy environment can impact businesses and evidence-based recommendations to address policy uncertainties.

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Energy market forecasting

From projections for individual power plants to assessing market scenarios for wholesale prices, security of supply and emission analysis.

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Independent reviews

Independent reviews, quality assurance and benchmarking of in-house energy models to avoid the risks that complex and opaque analysis can pose.

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