EMRC

Energy Management & Regulatory Consulting

What We Do

EMRC provides business intelligence and consulting services to the utility and energy sectors. EMRC’s skills and knowledge base includes principles of economic regulation of utilities, regulatory policy development, financial and economic analysis, cost of service, tariff design, regulation of electricity markets and integration of distributed energy resources.

Services

Our skill set includes the following:

Economic Sectors

Regulation of Electric, Gas and Water Utilities and Electricity Markets



Regulation

Principles of economic regulation, regulatory policy development, financial and economic analysis, cost of service and tariff design

Regulatory Presentations

Markets

Economic and regulatory principles and Rules as applicable to the design and operation of electricity markets


Distributed Energy Resources (DER)

Approaches to decarbonization and integration of DER into the system, energy efficiency, net metering, tariff policy and design for customer choice, changes to Legislation, Regulations & Terms and Conditions of Service.

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Meet Our Team

Raj Retnanandan

Raj Retnanandan is the Principal Consultant for Energy Management and Regulatory Consulting Ltd. He holds a master’s degree in Management Studies from Durham University (UK). Raj is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (Sri Lanka) and a member of the Association of Energy Engineers (USA).

Raj has worked as an independent consultant in the field of economic regulation of public utilities for over 30 years. He has filed expert evidence and appeared before regulatory tribunals. Raj’s skills and knowledge base includes principles of economic regulation, regulatory policy development, financial and economic analysis, cost of service, tariff design, regulation of electricity markets and Distributed Energy Resources (DER). He has prepared and filed policy submissions respecting the efficient and economic transformation of electric and gas utilities in response to the drivers of customer choice, digitization, decentralization and decarbonization.

Nancy J. McKenzie

Nancy J. McKenzie has a J.D. from the University of Alberta (Can) and LL.M. from the University of Bristol (UK).  A member of the Alberta Law Society for 20+ years, her practice focuses on regulatory, contract, compliance, privacy and corporate law.  She is also experienced in labour, real estate and first nation law.  She has represented generators, utilities and customers in rate, facility and policy proceedings before the AUC (and predecessors), appeared before the NEB, NRCB, and all Alberta courts.  Her key skill sets include business transformation and change management, strategy, negotiation, project management, and communications (business and technical) writing. She also participates in various sports and enjoys volunteering and raising Scottish Terriers.