Gary Keane has worked for private and public sector clients on topics across wholesale and retail energy markets, and gas and electricity networks. Much of his work has related to the development of the policy and regulatory frameworks needed to support the transition towards a low-carbon future.
Gary has a first-class economics degree from the University of Cambridge and an MSc in Economics from the University of London. He worked at Ofgem for five years before developing his career as an energy consultant.
Recent News & insights
Supporting the UK Government’s approach to community benefits for electricity transmission network infrastructure
Onshore electricity networks will play a critical role in achieving net zero and that requires transformation at unprecedented scale and pace.
LSE students present findings about biodiversity policy
We are pleased to have supported another cohort of students undertaking the Capstone Course at the London School of Economics (LSE).
Ofgem publishes its RIIO-2 Final Determinations for the GB electricity distribution sector
We are proud to have been working with Ofgem on important elements of the RIIO-ED2 price control, which will run from April 2023 to April 2028.
CEPA’s impact assessment of proposed energy market reforms to encourage flexibility
We are pleased to have supported Elexon with an impact assessment of BSC Modification P415, designed to allow independent aggregators of demand side response to trade customer flexibility directly.
Ofgem’s interconnector policy review
We set out some important considerations to support Ofgem’s Interconnector Policy Review.
Views invited on barriers to demand-side flexibility in the GB energy sector
CEPA and the Energy Systems Catapult have been appointed by BEIS to carry out a study on energy price signals, as part of BEIS’s Alternative Energy Markets programme.
Assessment of proposed electricity trading arrangements between the UK and EU
Working with international partners, we have delivered a cost benefit analysis of proposed arrangements for day-ahead trading of capacity on electricity interconnectors between GB and other markets following the UK’s departure from the EU.
CEPA’s Impact Assessment helps industry to determine merits of Electricity Meter Splitting
CEPA’s analysis of the impacts of proposed modification P379 has helped the industry to better understand the merits and drawbacks of introducing electricity meter splitting. Our findings led to the proposer withdrawing the modification.
Ofgem publishes its RIIO-2 Final Determinations
We have been supporting Ofgem with its review of the responses to the Draft Determinations for the electricity and gas transmission and gas distribution sectors, and the electricity system operator.
Advice for GB energy regulator to inform its 2021-2026 price controls
We are pleased to be assisting Ofgem with economic and financial components of its Revenue=Incentives+Innovation+Outputs (RIIO-2) process.
Ofgem consult on cost assessment tools & techniques
Ofgem has published a consultation on the cost assessment tools and techniques it intends to apply in setting the RIIO-2 price controls.