Philipp Kröger



Tel: +49 30 70 01506 11
Fax: +49 30 700 1506 99

Email: philipp.kroeger@nera.com
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MSc in Quantitative Economics and Finance, Ecole Polytechnique
MSc in Business Administration and Management, HEC School of Management
BSc in Economics, University of Mannheim



Philipp Kröger is a Consultant in NERA’s Global Energy Practice who advises law firms, major utilities, investors, and government entities on economic and regulatory subjects. Mr. Kröger believes that sound economic advice is critical to meet a variety of challenges across today’s quickly changing energy landscape. He advises on both conventional and renewable energy generation and on issues of economic regulation of networks. His work covers risk modelling, regulatory due diligence, power price forecasting, and damages estimation. His recent work involved assessing the damages arising from the nuclear energy moratorium in Germany, as well as a case relating to the delayed completion of a power plant.

Mr. Kröger provides economic analysis and advice related to arbitration and litigation, investment appraisal, and valuation. His work involves cost of capital estimation, regulatory benchmarking, cost benefit analysis, damages calculation, and state aid appraisal. He has experience preparing reports for ordinary and arbitration tribunals, as well as providing easily accessible yet precise and sound economic insight both to expert and non-expert audiences. Mr. Kröger’s work spans many industries, including conventional and renewable energy, finance, transport, telecoms, and the public sector.

Mr. Kröger is trilingual (German, French, and English) and a fellow of the German National Academic Foundation. He holds master’s degrees from Ecole Polytechnique and HEC Paris, and an undergraduate degree from the University of Mannheim.