Seabron Adamson was co-head of CRA's Energy Practice from 2006 to 2008. In this role he led a team of more than 15 experts in the Enterprise and Asset Investment group, focusing on the quantitative analysis of US and international energy markets.
Mr. Adamson focuses on the application of economic analysis to competitive energy markets for both electricity and natural gas. He has worked extensively on market design, asset valuation, litigation support, transmission pricing, and contract analysis. He has provided extensive expert testimony before the FERC, US state and Canadian provincial regulators, and arbitral tribunals. His international work on energy sector restructuring, pricing, and valuation issues includes projects in the European Union, India, China, and Latin America. He has also advised a range of generation, utility, and investment banking clients on generation valuation, finance, and mergers and acquisitions. Previously, Mr. Adamson was a director at Tabor Caramanis & Associates and a co-founder of Frontier Economics.
MS, Technology & Policy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
MS, Applied Physics, Georgia Institute of Technology
MA, Economics, Boston University
BS, Physics, Georgia Institute of Technology