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- Economic Consulting
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- B.Sc., Economics, University of Grenoble
- M.Sc., Economics, University of Grenoble
- M.Sc., European Politics and Governance, London School of Economics
- M.Sc., Engineering, Ecole Centrale de Lyon
- M.Phil., Technology Policy, University of Cambridge
- International Association of Energy Economists
- Economic Consulting
- Energy, Power & Products
Emmanuel Grand is an economist with more than 15 years of experience in investment appraisal, contract negotiations, market analysis and valuation. He specializes primarily in commercial, regulatory and damages analyses in the energy & infrastructure sectors.
Mr. Grand regularly supports investors, corporates and governments in their appraisal of infrastructure assets or energy contracts, notably through commercial due diligence, contract value analyses, or price forecasting exercises in the electricity, gas and carbon markets. He has led and supported commercial negotiations for numerous energy & infrastructure long-term contracts (such as Power Purchase Agreements, Gas/LNG supply agreements, Tenders, and Concession agreements), analyzing prices and flexibilities, payments terms, risk-sharing and operational issues for engagements exceeding US$10bn combined.
Mr. Grand regularly supports both governments and companies in the assessment, modelling and definition of regulatory models and price controls. He has designed legal and contractual arrangements for regulators, assessed various regulatory options for regulated companies, as well as supported market participants in their regulatory applications. He has supported public authorities in more than 35 countries on economic issues related to the definition of their energy and infrastructure sectors’ regulations.
Leveraging his expertise in the energy & infrastructure industries, Mr. Grand has conducted more than a dozen projects on disputes over claims worth up to €500m, delivering lead testimony as quantum expert in the context of both international arbitration and national court litigation.
Mr. Grand is a graduate of the London School of Economics, the University of Cambridge, and the École Centrale de Lyon. He is trained as an economist and engineer. Mr. Grand has published several books on regulatory economics, and on the energy sector.