LCP has reported a record income for the financial year 2018/19 as the firm positions itself for future growth in traditional areas via developing new innovations and technological offerings.21 August 2019
I lead LCP’s Business Analytics department, providing analytics and technology solutions to help our clients solve real world problems. My team supports organisations across a wide range of industries including energy, insurance, investment and employee benefits.
I am the lead partner of LCP’s Energy Analytics practice, helping my clients analyse the risk and opportunities associated with power markets through my experience of providing advice to government, regulators and industry participants. I support my clients with regulatory change, asset valuation and market forecasting with a focus on UK & Irish power markets.
I am also LCP’s Strategy Director, responsible for developing our services as client’s needs evolve and developing new areas to support our growth.
LCP are able to use technical knowledge to appropriately communicate relevant information to aid decision making.
LCP has updated its management structure with three key new appointments. The changes have been made to position the firm for continued growth, support succession planning, and focus on the key business priority of developing talent.28 May 2019
How I have helped our clients
How LCP specialists delivered bottom-up modelling of the electricity market to assess investment dynamics in a reformed energy market.
In 2018 National Grid commissioned LCP to develop an approach to calculating the incremental EFCs (equivalent firm capacities) for wind and solar plants, with a view towards setting deratings for their participation in future capacity auctions.
Suspension of the GB capacity market
In this briefing, we provide the context behind the recent General Court of the EU ruling on the standstill period on the GB capacity market and the implications to the system as a whole.
Review of the third GB capacity auction
In this publication, in conjunction with Frontier Economics, we examine the electricity market reforms, and comment on potential areas for concern going forward.
What effects could Brexit have on the UK power market? Part one
In part one of our Brexit briefing with Frontier Economics, we look at the potential impact of the UK’s vote to leave the EU on the UK electricity market.
Review of the second GB capacity auction
In this publication, in conjunction with Frontier Economics, we examine the results, and comment on potential areas for concern going forward.
How I can help
We can help our clients with a wide range of issues from whole system modelling to individual power plant and policy impact analysis.Discover more
Strategic advice aimed at maximising the benefits and minimising the risks associated with the Capacity Market and Contracts for Difference.Discover more
We provide detailed forecasts of the GB and Irish power markets, using our EnVision modelling framework. This can provide both short-term and long-term forecasts of all key system metrics, from system wide to individual assets.Discover more
Our understanding of market dynamics and modelling experience allow us to offer evidence-based recommendations on complex policy and regulatory issues that allow fully informed decision-making.Discover more
We combine bottom-up unit-level modelling with market and policy insights to quantify the value and understand the risk associated with any generation asset.Discover more
We advise on the optimal dispatch of assets within the wholesale market, forward planning of maintenance activities and valuation of commercial upgrades to plant.Discover more