Julian Hentschel has over eight years of experience as an energy economist, specialising in energy market design and policy appraisal. He has particular expertise in the UK and Irish markets, having worked in London for both the UK's energy department and as a private consultant to regulators and commercial clients. His experience ranges from work on market design and integration to include market and network regulation, climate policy, commercial due diligence and market strategy.
Julian holds a Master in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), where he specialised in competition economics. He also holds a Bachelor in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford.
The UK’s energy regulator is being taken to court over network charges. The case is a cautionary tale of how even well-intentioned network charges have the potential for serious unintended consequences.