Sixten Rygner Holm helps policy makers, businesses and NGO’s to analyse the economics of energy and climate change with a particular focus on cost-effective regulation.
Sixten has extensive regulatory experience in the field of energy and climate change, both from a national and international point of view. He particularly excels in analyzing the economics of power markets and the integration of renewable energy technologies.
Among those who have benefitted from Sixten’s experience and expertise is the Danish Council on Climate Change where he helped with a study on the Danish agricultural greenhouse gas emissions and production.
Prior to joining Copenhagen Economics, Sixten worked as an Energy Analyst at the International Energy Agency, and as Head of Section at the Danish Energy Agency.