Emmanuella Gentzoglanis is a senior consultant in CEPA’s regulation and competition practice. She has worked extensively within the energy and water sectors on strategy, regulation, public policy and modelling. She specialises in networks, markets, infrastructure and low carbon technologies.
As a member of the energy and water sector teams, Emmanuella has supported private sector companies, regulators, governments and trade bodies in Europe, North America and Asia by providing bespoke economic analysis and recommendations to further their policy, regulatory or commercial agendas.
Emmanuella has assisted regulators in shaping their regulatory frameworks for price controls and electricity interconnectors. She supported the GB energy regulator (Ofgem) with a review of the first application of the RIIO regulatory framework ahead of Ofgem’s consultation on the framework for the second application of RIIO. She has also assisted the Omani energy regulator with the price control of the five electricity distribution and supply companies in the country. Emmanuella led the cost benefit analysis of two electricity interconnectors for the utility regulator in Ireland (CRU).
Emmanuella previously worked in Advisory at KPMG UK where she provided economic, policy and strategy advice as well as due diligence, economic analysis and modelling to companies in the energy and water sectors. Previously, Emmanuella worked as an economic consultant for an energy consultancy in France and as the Regulatory Affairs Advisor for a Canadian gas distribution company.
Emmanuella holds an MSc in the Electric Power Industry from ICAI School of Engineering (Comillas Pontifical University, Spain) and a Master’s degree in Numerical Economics and Network Industries from Paris Sud XI University. She also holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Finance and Economics from the John Molson School of Business (Concordia University, Canada). She is a PRINCE2® Registered Practitioner in Project Management.
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