Paget Fulcher is a principal consultant in CEPA’s regulation & competition practice. He has more than 10 years’ experience at CEPA, providing support to clients including governments, regulators and private sector organisations affected by public policy and regulations He focuses on policy analysis and economics in sectors characterised by government intervention or oversight.
He is an experienced project manager and supports clients on projects with his expertise in economic regulation, competitive tendering, tariff design, finance, quantitative modelling and cost forecasting. Much of his work has focused on issues related to the energy system transition and the need for policy to evolve in response to new technologies and business models. He leads CEPA’s work on network charging and access, and on competitive provision of new infrastructure. He is also active in developing CEPA’s work in Latin America, completing assignments in Brazil, Colombia and Peru.
Paget joined CEPA following completion of an MPhil in Economics at the University of Cambridge where he specialised in industrial organisation and the economics of networks. As an undergraduate, Paget achieved a First Class Honours degree in Economics from the London School of Economics. He also holds a diploma in Business Finance from the National University of Colombia.