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Matteo Di Castelnuovo

matteo.dicastelnuovo@unibocconi.it

+39 02 5836 3808

 

Education

  • Ph.D in Energy Economics, Imperial College London, UK
  • MSc in Environmental Technology/Environmental Economics, Imperial College London, UK
  • Honours Degree (Laurea) in Economics, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy


Current activities

  • Director of the Master in Green Management, Energy and CSR (MaGER), Bocconi University
  • IEFE Research Fellow, Bocconi University
  • Professor in Energy Markets, Bocconi University


Past activities 

  • Senior researcher at IEFE, Bocconi University
  • Senior researcher at the Florence School of Regulation, EUI
  • Researcher at Imperial College London
  • Associate at ICF International (London)           
  • Consultant at Pöyry Energy Consulting (Oxford)
  • Analyst at BNPParibas-Corporate Finance (Milan)


Research interests 

  • Energy Economics
  • Economic regulation
  • Policy analysis
  • Analysis and modelling of energy markets
  • Liberalization and privatisation of energy markets
  • Low-carbon technologies and smart grids


Awards 

  • Jean Monnet Fellowship
  • British Economic and Social Research Council
  • EU Marie Curie
  • University of London Scholarship Fund

 

Recent publications

  • Di Castelnuovo, M. & Fumagalli, E., 2013. An assessment of the Italian smart gas metering program. Energy Policy, 60, 714-721.
  • Di Castelnuovo, M. et al (2012), The policies for the large-scale deployment of smart gas meters in some European countries, 25th World Gas Conference.
  • Di Castelnuovo et al (2011), Costs and benefits of the Italian smart gas metering programme, IEFE Research Report nr.8, September 2011.
  • Di Castelnuovo, M. (2010), Optimal spatial pricing for electricity and its impact on renewable generation technologies and their operations, PhD thesis, Imperial College London.
  • Di Castelnuovo, M. et al (2008), An analysis of spatial pricing and renewable generation in the British electricity system, International Journal of Global Energy Issues, Special Issue on: “The relevance of unbundling for competition in electricity markets”, Vol. 29, Nos.1/2, 2008, pp.199-220.
  • Di Castelnuovo, M. et al (2005), Electricity modelling: market power and the relevant market, report submitted to the European Commission, Infratrain 2005, Berlin University of Technology, October 2005.
  • Di Castelnuovo, M. (2004), The UK electricity system: an analysis of locational signals and their impact on renewable and embedded generation, MSc thesis, Imperial College London
  • Di Castelnuovo, M. (2004), Location, location, location, Power UK, Platts, Issue 130, December 2004.
  • Di Castelnuovo, M. (2003), The impact of the emission trading on the European power sector, Nuova Energia, July 2003.
  • Di Castelnuovo, M. (2003), The future of renewable energy prices in Italy and Europe, Nuova Energia, May 2003.
  • ICF Consulting (2003), Overview of the Potential for Undergrounding the Electricity Networks in Europe, report prepared for the DG TREN/European Commission, Study Contract 2002/009/C2, February 2003 (available on EC website).
  • ICF Consulting (2002), Unit Costs of constructing new transmission assets at 380kV within the European Union, Norway and Switzerland, report prepared for the DG TREN/European Commission, Study Contract NoTREN/CC/03-2002, October 2002 (available on EC website).

 

Recent presentations 

  • 24th May 2013, Milan, Bocconi University, Workshop, Regional development, Italy-Argentina.
  • 23rd April 2013, Rome, Enel Auditorium, Workshop, Desert Power: Getting Started.
  • 11th March 2013, Milan, Bocconi University, Workshop, Renewable energy sources in the European context.
  • 05th July 2012, Milan, Casa dell’Energia, EnergyLab Workshop, Smart meters and energy efficiency.
  • 02nd December 2011, Milan, Bocconi University, Workshop, Costs and benefits of the Italian smart gas metering programme.
  • 22nd September 2011, Milan, Bocconi University, IEFE-FEEM Joint Seminar Series, Optimal spatial pricing and its impact on renewable generation in the British market.
  • 23rd June 2011, Milan, Edison - Sala degli Azionisti, Seminar, The Electricity Market Reform (EMR) in Great Britain.
  • 08th February 2011, Milan, Chamber of Commerce, Workshop, Energy and financial support for investments – The case of Great Britain.
  • 12th January 2011, Florence, European University Institute, An assessment of incentive regulation.
  • 14th December 2010, Paris, RTE, An assessment of incentive regulation.
  • 14th June 2010, Paris, EPEX Spot, Regulation of PXs.
  • 10th June 2010, Florence, European University Institute, Seminar for the Direction Régulation of ERDF, Incentive Regulation and Distribution Networks-Case studies of GB and Italy.

 

 

 

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