Valeria di Cosmo is an energy economist. She holds a BA in Economics from the University of Pavia and a PhD from the University of Roma Tre. Her work focuses on the impact of renewables in the electric system and market design. Dr di Cosmo was a visiting student at Oxford in 2007 and returned to Nuffield College as Visiting Fellow in 2009, specialising in Economics of Regulation. Since completing her PhD, Valeria worked for Gas de France-Suez analyzing electricity market behaviour and trends.
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