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 UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) today announced the results of its auction of “Contracts for Difference” (CfDs) to support renewable generation. Frontier has advised bidders in renewable auctions across Europe.
Frontier announce today the appointment of Matthew Bell as Director in their Public Policy practice. Matthew joins from the UK Committee on Climate Change where he was the Chief Executive leading its independent assessments of actions to tackle climate change.
The Association of Swiss electric utilities, Verband Schweizerischer Elektrizitätsunternehmen (VSE), today published an article in which Christoph Riechmann and David Bothe of Frontier (Europe) consider the role of the power-to-gas technology for European and Swiss energy and climate policy.
The Commission for Energy Regulation (CER), the energy regulator in Ireland, has today published its Decision Papers regarding Gas Network Ireland’s Price Control 4. Frontier worked closely together with CER on various aspects of their submission, including efficiency benchmarking and allowed cost of capital.