Rachel is an economist who started her career at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand as a financial markets and economic analyst. From there she moved into regulatory policy roles, working at the Commerce Commission and consulting on energy and environmental policy at two other consulting firms. In these roles she provided economic and policy advice on a range of issues including managing locational price risk in the wholesale electricity market, the inclusion of reduced emissions from deforestation into carbon markets, and developing non-price and price terms for the provision of regulated telecommunications services.
At Concept, Rachel advises on regulatory policy and market design for both public and private sector clients. Rachel is skilled in regulatory and economic analysis, project management, and written communication. Rachel works predominantly on electricity and gas sector issues, but also has experience in the environmental and telecommunications sectors
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