Home Energy Management Service
Exploring opportunities for companies in the HEM space
About the service
Learn more about the current state of the Home Energy Management market, how it is evolving, what the current trends are, and what opportunities show the most promise.
Our HEM service provides research on how companies are positioning themselves in the market, who is succeeding, and how, as well as investigating what the most promising business models and propositions are.
LCP Delta’s Home Energy Management Service provides data, insight, analysis, and opinion that allow you to understand the opportunities to optimise electrical loads in the Home, how different players are positioning themselves, and how you could overcome the many barriers in place today.
It isn’t a debate anymore on whether electrification of heat and transport is happening or not; it is mostly how fast it will happen. The last two years have shown it is happening faster than even we thought at LCP Delta.
The number of EV chargepoints is exploding in some countries. Some governments are going all-in on heat pumps. The costs of PV and batteries is reducing quickly.
These factors, coupled with the opening up of flexibility and community values across Europe, mean that anyone who will be able to managing the electricity demand on the customer side, will be able to generate a lot of value over time.
It is therefore not surprising to see the number of innovations popping up; we have spotted more than 80 companies with some sort of offer in the market.
Today, when we talk about HEM to organisations across Europe, it is at the center of the innovation roadmaps, or already part of the day-to-day business. It is still very localised, with a majority of them focusing on one country, but some could quickly find the right recipe and become major players in multiple countries.
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LCP Delta - your partner in home energy management insight
The development of the Home Energy Management market in Europe will raise a lot of questions linked to business opportunities, technical issues to overcome, customers and more. Our comprehensive expert insight and research explores key considerations, such as:
- What is the current state of the Home Energy Management market?
- How is the market evolving, what are the trends, and what opportunities show most promise?
- How are companies positioning themselves in the market, who is succeeding, and how?
- What are the most promising business models and propositions?
- How will home energy management evolve as the number of energy assets in homes increases?
- What’s the current state of interoperability in the home energy management systems and how is this going to evolve in the future?
- How are protocols, standards and communications technology developing and how will this affect the Home Energy Management market?
- How will global technology trends and big tech impact the Home Energy Management market?
- What is the size of the residential PV self-consumption and battery market? How are they going to evolve?
Essential Home Energy Management Intelligence at your fingertips
By working with our clients on a subscription basis, the full breadth of our extensive research and insight is simple and intuitive to access.
As part of the subscription, you will receive:
Resources available in the subscription
Thoroughly researched reports on the most important home energy management developments.
Reactive, insightful reports from our industry experts exploring the latest home energy management news and events.
The data you need to make the best decisions for your business, including customer research and company profiles.
Company & Project Profiles
Case studies investigating the business models and customer propositions of companies in the home energy management space.
Ad hoc support from our expert team of analysts.
New Energy Summit
Priority entry to our New Energy Summit, giving you the chance to network and learn from industry experts.
The Home Energy Management state of the market and database
Subscribers can access The Home Energy Management State of the Market report which provides an assessment of how the European market developed in the last year, the key value streams and use cases today with some examples, and how the market will develop in the next 10 years country by country.
The complementary Home Energy Management Sales Database provides sales data and forecasts on electrical loads (PV, batteries, EV chargepoints, electric heating) and HEM systems.
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Who we work with
Our research benefits a wide range of industries and organisations, including, but not limited to: