Ivan Viehoff joined CEPA as a principal consultant in 2014. He has more than 30 years of economic consulting experience, previously at Booz & Co and NERA Economic Consulting. His skills include policy analysis and evaluation, incentives and performance measurement, market design, project evaluation, cost-benefit analysis, market assessment, restructuring. In recent years he has mostly worked in energy and transport (rail, road and aviation) sectors. But he brings a broad cross-industry view having worked on projects in many other areas.
His recent areas of work include:
- decarbonisation and air quality policy for various transport sectors;
- supporting DfT with the performance specification for Highways England;
- regulatory efficiency studies in rail, airports and highways;
- customer protection issues from air transport to energy retailing;
- airport policy and strategy; and
- railway track access charges and incentives.
Previously, Ivan undertook extensive work on railway franchise procurement, supporting both bidders and government negotiators. He made significant use of skills in cost benefit analysis, risk assessment, cost assessment and financial modelling. He has also managed landmark studies for the EU DG Energy on the benefits of market integration, and international transmission charging. He has also worked on regulatory efficiency studies in several sectors.
Ivan's early career highlights include devising the architecture of the first National Lottery tender contract, and a major contribution to the study that led to the introduction of the use of market methods for radio spectrum management.
Recent News & insights
CEPA in the media as Air Quality News reports
“City leaders call for £1.5bn funding to support national Clean Air Zone network”.
Highways benchmarking: pavement condition
CEPA, alongside TRL, have twice been commissioned by the Office of Rail and Road to assess how pavement condition is measured.
Emission controls on trucks in Britain
Ivan Viehoff's briefing note about emission controls, including decarbonisation, of freight transport in Britain over the next 30 years.
Efficiency incentives to apply to the economic regulation of Heathrow
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has published a report by CEPA alongside its policy update and consultation on the economic regulation of capacity expansion at Heathrow Airport (CAP 1782).
Airport capacity strategy
CEPA’s contribution to this study on delivering the future airport capacity requirements in Ireland for the Irish Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport set out the decisions Ireland has to make - and the timing - to come to a good decision on the future capacity requirements of Dublin Airport.