Jill is a senior consultant at CEPA with experience in infrastructure finance and cross-sector regulation. Working across developed and emerging markets, her most recent focus has been on competition policy, blended finance and programme evaluation, with previous experience in tariff determinations.
Jill Fryars has experience supporting regulators, government, multilateral development organisations and finance institutions across sectors and regions. Her experience lies in infrastructure finance and competition, as well as cross-sector public policy. Some of her recent work includes assessing and advising on approaches within Ofgem’s competitive offshore regulatory regime, and developing a knowledge product on credit enhancement products to increase access to local currency in sustainable, off-grid energy markets for the African Development Bank.
Jill graduated from the London School of Economics with a Master’s degree in Environmental Economics, having previously obtained a Bachelor’s Degree with honours and distinction from Western University in Business Management. Prior to studying at LSE, Jill worked at The Boston Consulting Group.
Recent News & insights
Smith Square Partners’ Ofgem consortium; TR7 preferred bidder for first asset announced
Ofgem, the GB energy regulator has announced the identity of the preferred bidder for the offshore wind transmission asset connecting the Triton Knoll wind farm to the Lincolnshire coast.
The new Build Back Better (B3W) initiative
In light of the recent announcements from the G7 regarding the B3W initiative, we have prepared a briefing note that focuses on how G7 countries can mobilise private finance for infrastructure in lower and middle income countries.
Evaluation of ‘Innovation Link’ Ofgem’s innovation support programme
The Innovation Link is Ofgem’s main support programme for innovators looking to launching novel propositions. It offers regulatory guidance as well as trials and derogations, contributing to an enabling and adaptive regulatory environment to benefit consumers and support the UK’s transition to net zero.
Consortium appointed to advise on the auction of offshore electricity transmission assets
CEPA appointed as part of Smith Square Partners consortium to advise Ofgem on the TR7 auction of offshore electricity transmission assets.