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Rajiv Gogna

I am a Partner in LCP Delta and lead our Technology & Data team.

The challenges we face in the energy sector have never been greater, and being able to draw insights from the vast range of data now available will be crucial in tackling these problems. From forecasting how to manage an increasingly renewable energy system over the next forty years to understanding how the various moving parts of the transition will impact a business strategy, these challenges are deeply complex and require both expert insight and an ability to sift through vast quantities of data.

I work closely with clients and organisations across the energy market to understand their needs, and ensure our products and services deliver meaningful impact to businesses, through data integration and advanced analytics. I particularly enjoy building products that enable decision makers to get to the core of their questions, helping them tackle complex decisions by distilling disjointed datasets into clear, actionable and interactive visualisations, leaving clients able to focus on using their expertise to make decisions.

I have a background in software development, data integration and artificial intelligence.

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Partner

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Technology & Data
London

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July 28 2023
New statistics released by the UK government today (27 July) confirm that renewables generated a record 41.5% (135TWh) of the UK’s electricity in 2022. According to the Department of Energy Security and Net Zero’s (DESNZs) Digest of UK Energy Statistic Annual data for UK, 2022 report, renewable generation just outstripped gas which produced 40.8% (132.8TWh) of the UK’s...
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January 23 2023
The UK’s grid operator asked three reserve coal units to be ready to supply power and consumers to curb demand on Tuesday, as it tries for a second consecutive day to plug the gap left by a dearth of wind generation. Read the full article here. Please note it is behind a pay wall.   This...

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