Mr. Pfeifenberger is an economist with a background in electrical engineering and over 25 years of experience in the areas of electricity markets, regulation, and finance.

Johannes specializes in electricity market design and energy policies, transmission pricing and cost-benefit analyses, analysis and mitigation of market power, strategy and planning, storage and generation asset valuation, ratemaking and incentive regulation, contract disputes and commercial damage.

Mr. Pfeifenberger is a Senior Fellow at Boston University’s Institute of Sustainable Energy (BU-ISE) and a Visiting Scholar at MIT’s Center for Energy and Environmental Policy Research (CEEPR). He also serves as an advisor to research initiatives by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Division and the US Department of Energy’s Grid Modernization Lab Consortium. Before joining Brattle, he was a consultant for Cambridge Energy Research Associates and a research assistant at the Institute of Energy Economics at the University of Technology in Vienna, Austria.