Martina Lindovska is an economist and has worked as a consultant for over eleven years across the energy and wider utilities sector, covering primarily the UK, Europe and Australia.
In the electricity sector, Martina has worked extensively across the full supply chain, including generation, transmission, distribution and retail. She works for a variety of clients including regulators, system operators, infrastructure owners, operators and developers, energy suppliers, major electricity consumers and investors. Her work includes regulatory, commercial and policy work, and covers both advisory and dispute roles.
In recent years, Martina’s work focused particularly on the electricity transmission sector, where she has advised UK and international transmission operators and developers matters, including international transmission network planning frameworks, regulatory, commercial and policy matters for multiple electricity interconnectors (in Europe and Australia), development of hybrid (multi-purpose) interconnectors; competition in electricity transmission; and quantitative analysis of the impact of interconnectors on the wholesale power markets.
Martina has also worked extensively in the broader energy and utilities space, including water and gas, which included on a range of power market modelling studies, economic impact assessments carbon abatement analysis and regulatory due diligence.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting in 2016, Martina worked in the Economic Consulting practice at Deloitte and at NERA Economic Consulting.
B.A., Economics and Management, Queen’s College, University of Oxford
MPhil, Economics, Downing College, University of Cambridge
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