Todd Schatzki

Todd Schatzki



Ph.D., public policy, Harvard University; M.C.P., environmental policy and planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; B.A., physics, Wesleyan University

Summary of Experience

Dr. Schatzki has a broad range of expertise in energy, environment, finance, and competition matters. He supports clients in a range of contexts, including strategic and financial advice, policy analysis, regulatory and rulemaking proceedings, and litigation.

Dr. Schatzki has deep experience in electricity, natural gas, petroleum, and renewable energy. His expertise in the electricity sector includes wholesale energy and capacity market design; utility regulation and ratemaking; economic impact analysis of new market rules, regulations, and generation and transmission investments; contract analysis and disputes; financial valuation; and options analysis. Dr. Schatzki has testified before US state and federal, as well as Canadian provincial, regulatory commissions. He has supported the analysis of alleged market manipulation and damages in high-profile litigations such as FERC v. Barclays and lawsuits following the California electricity crisis.

Dr. Schatzki works extensively on environmental economics, policy, and regulation. Recently, he has focused on the intersection of climate policy and energy markets, and disputes involving water resources and environmental contamination. His research has been published in distinguished energy- and environment-related publications, and he has provided research for prominent organizations such as the Electric Power Research Institute, the Edison Electric Institute, and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

In finance and competition matters, Dr. Schatzki has worked with clients on litigation and non-litigation projects in many sectors, including energy, financial instruments, foreign exchange, insurance, airlines, and retail products. 

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