Policy & Regulation

The increasing (re-)regulation of large market segments is increasing the influence of policy on corporate strategies. The political framework of the energy industry is subject to ever faster change.

The vital interest of companies, associations and NGOs is to evaluate the effects of new proposals and to make their position heart in the public discussion. This requires solid arguments and solutions, that will make the energy transformation a success. enervis works across all sectors, energy sources and market segments. Out modelling reveals complex connections and provides concrete recommendations.

Our consulting can rely on detailed market know-how while our participation in the policy discussion ensures actionable results.

  • Monitoring of regulatory and political developments
  • Assessment of the impact of changes on the market and on business models
  • Regulatory and market due diligence for investments in assets, companies and business models
  • Assessment of opportunities for action for business development
  • Support in the preparation of position papers and opinions
  • Model-based studies to analyse market developments and the impact of energy policy changes
  • Elaboration of market design proposals and instrumental adjustments
  • Compilation and evaluation of statistics and market intelligence on developments in the energy industry
  • Energy industry studies on technologies and technology effects (e.g. CCS, P2G…)

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Your Contact

Julius Ecke
Fon +49 (0)30 695175-0
E-Mail: julius.ecke@enervis.de

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