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.
The Netherlands have committed themselves to reaching a low-carbon energy system that is reliable and affordable. The current coalition government is committed to reducing national CO2 emissions by 49% by 2030 compared with 1990, and plans to ban the use of coal in power generation before 2030. The Netherlands is also considering introducing a national carbon price floor (CPF).