Ambrus Barany



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Email: ambrus.barany@nera.com
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MSc in Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science
BA in Economics, Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest 



Ambrus Barany is a Consultant in NERA’s Energy Practice, based in London. Mr. Barany specializes in the economics of utility markets and regulation, advising regulated utility and infrastructure companies, their legal advisors and investors, and sector regulators across a wide range of jurisdictions, including the UK, Europe, the Middle East, and Australia. His work spans network regulation, power markets, litigation, competition, valuation and due diligence, and policy advisory.

Much of Mr. Barany’s work is focused on advising regulated utility companies through price control review processes and on various aspects of economic regulation, with a focus on areas such as cost assessment, benchmarking, financeability, risk modelling, and the design of regulatory frameworks. He also advises investors on market and regulatory due diligence assignments in Europe and the Middle East.

Mr. Barany’s recent work has had a significant focus on the economic assessment of issues arising in the context of international arbitrations and commercial disputes in the energy sector, including matters before the ICC, ICSID, and SCC. His work in international arbitration includes the assessment and quantification of damages (including loss of profits), business valuation, and the economic assessment of regulatory frameworks in the context of disputes in regulated sectors (such as renewables support matters).

Prior to joining NERA, Mr. Barany worked as an Economic Analyst Trainee at the European Commission, where he published a paper on the subsidization of fossil fuels, which was later cited by the IMF. He has relied on this research in advising clients in the Middle East on tariff reform.  



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