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George Katsigiannakis
Vice President

George Katsigiannakis joined ICF in 1997 and is an expert in U.S. electricity markets, with deep understanding of all factors affecting U.S. wholesale electric markets including market design, environmental regulations, fuel markets, transmission, renewable, energy efficiency, and demand side management (DSM). He has been involved in a large number of projects including several forward price curve assessments, development support, and financial performance of generation assets. He works in the areas of energy modeling, wholesale market assessments, asset valuations, restructuring, and litigation support, as well as contract evaluation and risk assessments. 

Mr. Katsigiannakis has a bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering from Technical University of Crete, Greece, and an M.Sc. in Operations Research from The George Washington University.

Articles by George Katsigiannakis
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Watch list for the 2021-2022 PJM BRA Auction
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DOE Acts to Transform the Energy Landscape
Resources by George Katsigiannakis
Webinar On-Demand: ISO-NE FCA-12 Auction Results & Future Expectations
White Papers
Watchlist for the ISO-NE FCA-12 Auction
Webinar On Demand: DOE Acts to Transform the Energy Landscape
Webinar On Demand: Insights from PJM’s 2020/2021 Capacity Auction
White Papers
Insights from PJM’s 2020/2021 Capacity Auction
White Papers
Chile’s Great Renewable Flood
White Papers
It’s time for 100% Capacity Performance: Will PJM Prices be Higher?
White Papers
ISO-NE FCA 11 Auction Results and Future Expectations