During a recent LCP Delta webinar poll, 35% of respondents said that they expect 40-60% of low-carbon home technologies to be bundled with energy tariffs and other technologies within the next five years. This marks a substantial shift from current routes to market where most products are sold on a standalone basis. The webinar was...
During LCP Delta’s webinar this week, sharing highlights from the Electric Vehicle Charging Research Service (EVCS), it was revealed that while most attendees are optimistic about the European EV and charging market in the next three years, there are some concerns in the short-term. The webinar poll results of 94 attendees include the following: 49%...
9 January 2024 – New analysis by LCP Delta and published within today’s consultation on ‘Designing a policy framework to enable investment in long duration electricity storage’ from the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero, shows that long duration energy storage (LDES) can play a significant role in the future GB power system, as...
Brendan Murphy, Head of Hydrogen at LCP Delta, commented: “We’ve seen some big decisions taken in a range of areas, such as blending, which ought to send stronger signals to investors and developers that the UK is serious about investing in clean hydrogen. “It’s great to see this and marks a major milestone, but there...
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...
14 November 2023 – The UK is at risk of missing key international commitments on cutting its greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) as it falls behind in decarbonising the GB electricity grid. GB Power Market Outlook 2023, a new report released today by LCP Delta, indicates that the UK is falling behind its Nationally Determined Contribution...
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