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Andy Bradley

Andy is as a partner at LCP Delta. Drawing upon his extensive background in the downstream energy sector, spanning over 30 years, he has collaborated with various stakeholders, including industry leaders, manufacturers, policy makers, and investors.

Andy's journey into the realm of energy transition commenced in 2010, when he assumed the role of director at Delta-EE. Recognising the potential for reshaping the energy landscape into a more sustainable and forward-looking industry, he sought to depart from the centralised and fossil-based models that characterised the 20th century. Andy's passion was firmly rooted in being a part of the solution to the pressing climate crisis, rather than contributing to the problem. At Delta-EE, he worked closely with prominent innovators across Europe and Japan, facilitating the development of their businesses and the successful launch of customer-centric propositions, thus expediting the energy transition.

Andy's primary focus at LCP Delta revolves around client interaction, encompassing client engagement, account management, product development, and commercial strategy. He maintains a keen interest in continuous improvement, actively seeking feedback on the strengths and weaknesses of the team's endeavours, as well as the challenges and opportunities our clients encounter. Given that the energy transition remains in its nascent stages, LCP Delta's overarching mission is to guide its clients towards success, not only for the present but also well into the future, with a vision extending beyond 2040.

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Partner

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Client Engagement & Market Strategy
Edinburgh

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Press Release
December 6 2023
New analysis from LCP Delta predicts that by 2030 across Europe, 130 million residential renewable technologies will be in use. This will include more than 40 million air-2-air heat pumps and AC systems and 30 million Solar PVs.  In How can green technology manufacturers adapt and thrive in the energy transition? LCP Delta predicts that while...
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Blog
October 20 2022
After 3 years away from in-person events, we were thrilled to welcome our clients back to our New Energy Summit in Edinburgh to discuss the energy transition. Thank you to our sponsors Sunamp and Bright for joining us for the event. We believe that if organisations think big this could be the last energy crisis....
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Blog
September 23 2021
Energy prices would have moved higher this year due to strongly recovering demand and constrained global supply, but the recent speed and extent of the price increase in gas and electricity prices in Europe has caught everyone by surprise. I had a look at the statistics made available by the UK’s National Grid and this...
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Blog
May 6 2020
I’ve always argued that the acid test for Big Oil and their commitment to active, positive participation in the energy transition will come when the oil price crashes. When that happens, will they revert to their core businesses of fossil fuel extraction and processing, while cutting back on less profitable and non-core activities such as new...
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Blog
March 27 2020
Why Covid-19 might not be all bad news for the energy transition The global pandemic is truly an ugly black swan event for the world, disrupting all areas of our society and economy.  At face value, the new energy sector is no exception to this. But we argue here that there are reasons for optimism:...
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Blog
November 4 2019
I spent 20 years in the old energy world of oil and gas. (I know – mea culpa. On the plus side I so far have 10 years in new energy, so only another 10 years to go before I am in credit…). During the first 20 years of my career, I experienced first-hand the critical role of banks and financial...
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Blog
September 20 2019
OVO’s ‘Future of Energy’ event at the Tate Modern on the South Bank in London was ostensibly about celebrating the company’s 10 year anniversary – in which the company, founded by CEO Stephen Fitzpatrick, has grown to around 1.5 million. With the announced acquisition of the SSE retail customer base of 3.5 million pending – subject to regulatory approval...
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News
November 12 2018
In this article, Andy Bradley says that sector coupling is rapidly becoming a reality, meaning that whole system thinking – cross vector as well as cross sector – is becoming ever more important. Energy storage has a vital role to play in enabling this more interconnected and dynamic energy system. Read the full article here....

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