Samir Succar has more than 12 years of experience in long-term planning and energy market modeling. He has expertise in energy advisory and solutions practice, including Mexico's wholesale and retail electricity markets, distributed energy resource integration, power system modeling, energy storage, gas electric integration, and wholesale market design.
Dr. Succar analyzes and models power market supply-demand fundamentals, develops forward price curve assessments, and performs generation asset valuations. His transactional experience includes acquisition support for potential bidders, largely private equity and independent power producers (IPPs), and sellers of generation assets and portfolios.
Dr. Succar's prior research focused on the economics of low carbon baseload power from sources such as wind farms coupled to compressed air energy storage.
Dr. Succar has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University and a B.A. in Physics from Oberlin College.