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Energy transition

C&I research

Making progress towards net zero has become a priority for all businesses. LCP Delta has a market-leading portfolio of research services that provide data, analysis, forecasts and insights into how the European C&I sector is responding to the energy transition in different countries and technology areas.

These services cover:

  • Net zero propositions
  • Solar PV & battery
  • EV charging
  • Distributed Power (gas engines / CHP)
  • Clean hydrogen
  • Demand response

The research is available by topic area or in combination.

As a subscriber to our C&I research, you can tailor your access to the technology or topic areas which are most important to you.

Net zero propositions

Our New Energy Business Model research analyses the B2B customer solutions and business models that are getting traction with C&I customers.

Solar PV & battery

We examine the rapidly growing C&I solar PV market in Europe, the market for collective self-consumption, forecasts for growth, the competitor landscape and the latest innovative propositions.

EV charging

Our research covers public / destination charging, fleets & smart charging. We look at what solutions are emerging for commercial customers, the technologies that are driving growth of public charging, opportunities for emerging business models for electric buses or good vehicles and how EV charging, storage and flexibility are becoming increasingly integrated across Europe.

Distributed Power Service

We have been providing industry-leading insights, data and forecasts on the global distributed power market for over 10 years. Subscribers have access to data, analysis, insights and opinion on the markets, opportunities, customer types and competitor types for over 25 countries accounting for >80% of the global market for stationary power gas engines.

Clean hydrogen

One of the main challenges for hydrogen producers are offtake agreements: our research provides detailed analysis and forecasts for industry customer segments for clean hydrogen.

Demand response

As electricity pricing becomes more unpredictable, and grid constraints increase, understanding the value chain and opportunities for flexibility becomes more important. Our Flexibility Research Service does exactly this.

All service users will receive data, analysis, insight and opinion accessed via our subscriber portal in addition to support from our expert teams.

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If you would like to know more about our services and how we can help you with energy transition.

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