European energy markets are experiencing a period of unprecedented change as they face up to the parallel challenges of decarbonisation, security of supply and affordability at a time when so much new investment is needed in energy infrastructure. Volatility of global fuel prices is an additional and constant backdrop.
At both European and national government levels, decision makers are pursuing policies to promote investment, encourage greater interconnectivity between markets and protect the interests of consumers. At the same time, advances in technology have the potential to transform the way in which energy is produced and consumed, and policy makers are seeking to create an environment where new technologies are supported, and innovation can thrive.
We work with government and regulators to shape and implement market structures and design incentives, and help investors, lenders, generators, suppliers and network operators to respond to the changing policy and regulatory environment.
Our clients include: