Andrew Jackson has worked on the development and implementation of market reforms for over 20 years. He has extensive experience in stakeholder management within the liberalised utility sector, and has been involved in the detailed development of wholesale electricity trading arrangements in the UK, Australia and Ireland, both as part of the central market design and implementation teams, and as a participant representative on industry groups. Andrew has a thorough understanding of the SEM market, having advised market participants on the wholesale market arrangements in Ireland from 2003-2012. Since 2013 he has advised both NIAUR and the RAs jointly on EU Target Market implementation and the development of the I-SEM, notably the development of the Detailed Design of the Electricity Trading Arrangements. Andrew’s strengths are in market design, stakeholder liaison and management and market power mitigation.
Andrew has held senior consulting posts at St Clements Services, Lacuna Consulting, PHB Hagler Bailly and Logica plc. Andrew previously held a management positions at the Victorian Power Exchange in Australia, and prior to this worked at OFFER (now Ofgem).
Andrew has a BA in History and a MBA (with distinction) from the University of Birmingham.