Water, Agriculture & Earth Resources, Energy & Clean Energy, Public Policy
Investment appraisal & business cases, Regulation, pricing & cost recovery, Policy design, Governance & institutions, Policy evaluation & reform, Market design, Market performance & evaluation, Strategy design, Strategy performance evaluation & reform
Rasmus is a highly experienced economist, policy advisor and regulatory manager with experience across the utility (electricity, gas and water), natural resources and agriculture sectors, as well as public policy. Get in contact with Rasmus if you want to talk about designing, implementing, refining or assessing regulatory or public policy issues across these sectors.
Clients work with Rasmus for his deep understanding of economic and regulatory principles. Clients benefit from his broad experience and networks gained from two decades of working in the Western Australian Government on economic regulation and policy.
Rasmus joined us from the Economic Regulation Authority in Western Australia, where he worked on access and licensing issues as an Assistant Director. Rasmus has also held economics and policy roles at the Western Australian Office of Energy, Department of Industry and Resources, Department of Treasury and Finance, and the Department of Agriculture. He has strong networks across Western Australia’s key regulatory and economic policy institutions.
At Marsden Jacob, Rasmus has also worked on environmental, climate change, gas demand forecast, transport and waste issues.
Rasmus holds a Master’s Degree in Economics from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, and has extensive experience undertaking applied economic analysis and strategic advice of projects and policy issues with complex technical or scientific issues.
Get in contact with Rasmus if you’re wanting deep understanding of, and expertise in:
- Undertaking economic and financial analysis including cost benefit analysis of public policy, financial analysis of utility and resource projects, and demand forecasts.
- Managing regulatory issues across the utility sectors particularly utility licensing (including applications) and third party access regulation (including building block models and tariff variation mechanisms), and incentive regulation of utilities.
- Designing and assessing public policy across the above sectors including climate change, energy policy, institutional and competition reform particularly of the energy sector, and project evaluation (including regulatory impact assessments).
- Developing business cases, investment appraisal industry policy and undertaking value-chain analysis.
- Managing stakeholder consultation including public consultation.