Bio

Keeping myself sober to avoid falling in the drunkard’s search. Problems don’t care about borders and neither should we. I’m interested in the economic implications of climate change and the energy transition. Particularly the diffusion and integration of variable renewables in wholesale and retail electricity markets. Also interested in development, political economy and interdisciplinary research

Interests

  • Environmental Economics
  • Political Economy
  • Climate Change
  • Energy Transition
  • Data Analysis

Education

  • PhD in Economics

    University of Graz, 2018

  • M.A. in International and Development Economics

    Complutense University of Madrid, 2014

  • B.A. in Business Management

    University of A Coruña, 2012

  • B.A. in Law

    University of A Coruña, 2012

Recent Publications

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Impact of COVID-19 Measures on Short-Term Electricity Consumption in the Most Affected EU Countries and USA States

As COVID-19 spreads worldwide, governments have been implementing a wide range of measures to contain it, from movement restrictions to …

Photovoltaic self-consumption is now profitable in Spain. Effects of the new regulation on prosumers' internal rate of return

Whereas Spain used to have one of the most restrictive photovoltaic self-consumption (PVSC) regulations in the world, the new …

The cannibalization effect of wind and solar in the California wholesale electricity market

Increasing penetration of zero marginal cost variable renewable technologies cause the decline of wholesale electricity prices due to …

Regulation, profitability and diffusion of photovoltaic grid-connected systems: A comparative analysis of Germany and Spain

Although both Germany and Spain were pioneers in the support and adoption of photovoltaics (PV) through Feed-In Tariffs (FiTs), Germany …

The social profitability of photovoltaics in Germany

While Germany has led the market in photovoltaic (PV) implementation throughout the last decade, there has been increasing criticism of …