- Economic and policy analysis
- International financial economics
Energy Finance Analyst
Gaia Stigliani is an analyst with CPI’s Energy Finance team in London. Prior to joining CPI, Gaia worked as senior economic analyst for Ecuity Consulting LLP, a sustainable energy consultancy. While at Ecuity, Gaia was responsible for delivering economic and policy analysis to Ecuity clients, including energy utilities, trade associations, technology manufacturers and start-ups.
Gaia holds a master’s degree in economics and international financial economics from the University of Warwick where she graduated in 2012. Her dissertation was on the impacts of oil price volatility on the macro economy. Prior to that, she completed a BSc in Economics at the University of Surrey which included a one-year professional placement at a global economic and financial market research firm. She is currently a CFA programme candidate.
Gaia specialises in market analysis and research and has contributed to strategic analysis of investment pathways to expand energy access and the evaluation of policy and finance instruments to lower the cost of capital for power projects in developing countries. Her latest work has focused on assessing offtake risk for investors in Sub-Saharan Africa and South-Asia.