6 October 2020
Battery storage trading platform Habitat have become the latest organisation to start using LCP Enact, an analytics platform for the energy market.
Phil Robinson, Habitat Energy's co-founder, said
"We’re delighted to be working with LCP as they share our desire to turn data into the best set of commercial decisions for energy assets. We’ve been impressed by the ease of LCP’s onboarding process and are enthusiastic about working together."
Rajiv Gogna, LCP Partner and lead of the Enact team, added:
"We are thrilled to be working with the Habitat team. Grid scale battery storage is crucial to delivering Net Zero, and efficient data-driven trading is the only way to realise the potential of storage. We’re looking forward to supporting Habitat’s mission in delivering this and more."
Enact was developed by LCP’s energy analytics team. It is an innovative platform that brings together data from across the GB energy market to allow power traders and analysts to better analyse data. The new AI tool was developed in response to the data explosion in the energy market. This is as a result of increasing complexity in the sector as the amount of individual generation units producing power increases and new smart technology is developed and installed.
Habitat are also one of the few parties that have been able to win one of the new Dynamic Containment contracts, which are tracked daily within Enact. Find out more at lcpenact.com