We work for Europe’s leading energy companies, regulators and governments. We provide economic analysis and clear and pragmatic results to help our clients achieve commercial success and make better policy and regulatory decisions.
Frontier has a long record of advising on high profile projects on regulation and restructuring, devising effective commercial and regulatory strategies, and understanding the influence of competition issues and competition laws within the sector. These projects are supported by our specialists in other areas such as competition, finance, strategy and litigation. We combine leading-edge economics, a deep-rooted experience within the sector and an ability to boil down complex issues to focus on what matters. We can then give clients the right analysis to make informed commercial and policy decisions. Our advice is clear and honest. We listen to our clients and share our experience. The practice has worked on energy related issues in more than 50 countries and on all continents.
A study by Frontier Economics analysing the contribution that the existing gas infrastructure can make to a (virtually) carbon-neutral German energy system in 2050 was published today in Berlin. Based on a comprehensive analysis of the entire German energy system, the study finds that gas storage facilities will continue to be essential for long-term energy storage, as there is unlikely to be a comparable electricity storage technology available in the foreseeable future.
Frontier Economics is continuing its expansion in Europe, moving to its own offices in Paris today. We have been active in France since 2003, and in recent years we have seen a steady increase in demand for our services in France. After establishing a permanent Paris-based team, this latest move confirms our continued commitment to the French market.
The Monopoly Commission, an independent advisory body to the German government, has today published a report on the current level of competition in energy wholesale markets in Germany, particularly in the power sector.
The Superintendency of Residential Public Services (SSPD), Colombia’s public utilities regulator, has today closed the file on the investigation against Zona Franca Celsia, a thermal plant, for its conduct during electricity price spikes in Colombia in 2015 and 2016.