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March 2 2023
Achieving Net Zero will require transformational institutions to plan and efficiently deliver the huge investments required. LCP Delta works closely with players from across the energy system, and it is clear from our work that the rapid energy transition requires investment at all levels – from nationally strategic hydrogen infrastructure and large-scale renewables to the...
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January 31 2022
“The way that residential customers pay for distribution networks is set to change. In summary, we’re likely to see more charges based on capacity (kW), compared to the current system which is largely based on energy (kWh).” This blog article will discuss how the opinions captured in December’s online survey regarding network tariffs compare with...
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January 27 2022
Market-based approaches to demand side flexibility have started to emerge across Europe in recent years. This whitepaper, based on in-depth research carried out by Delta-EE, covers six points: Market-based approaches to demand side flexibility sit in a hierarchy of smart tariffs, markets, and direct control. DSO flexibility markets are at an early stage – approaching...
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DSOs will be increasingly in the spotlight as the energy transition gathers pace. In this webinar, we host a panel discussion between three of Europe’s leading DSOs. Leaders from Enel Global Infrastructure, Alliander and UK Power Networks pick and discuss the top three opportunities and challenges they see for their companies and the wider DSO...
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January 24 2022
We asked our research team what they thought we’ll see in the energy transition in 2022. Here’s what they had to say. Robert Bloom, Hydrogen Research Manager “To date, many green hydrogen projects have been planned and announced in Europe across the world, bur relatively few of these have reached final investment decision. I believe...
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June 22 2021
Electricity distribution networks will increasingly come under the spotlight as the energy transition gathers pace. Distribution networks are entering a brave new age. They have done their job excellently in Europe in the previous decades – distributing electricity from the transmission system to households and businesses in an increasingly efficient, cost-effective, reliable manner. But the nature of...
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February 5 2020
In late 2019 we completed a major study into the market status, challenges and lessons learnt for European Distribution System Operators (DSOs) using demand side flexibility to manage their networks. The study identified that the UK is the leading market in Europe – and probably the world – in terms of DSOs utilising demand side...
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January 30 2020
The energy transition brings economic and socio-cultural challenges, as we move from high-carbon generation assets to low-carbon distributed assets. An increase of distributed energy resources (DERs) – such as in the Nordics where installed capacity increased by ~46% between 2005 and 2017 – is changing the nature of interactions between buildings, districts, cities, and the...

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