Gregor Braendle

Gregor Braendle

Gregor is an Analyst in the energy and competition practices in Frontier's Cologne office.

He loves to combine analytical skills with his enthusiasm for communication to present complex issues in a comprehensible way and to develop tailor-made solutions for clients.

Recent examples of his work include an impact assessment for designing a hydrogen regulation framework for the European Commission, a regulatory framework for synthetic fuels in EU fleet emission targets and a market study for a large gas pipeline.

Gregor holds a Master's degree in Economics from the University of Mannheim. In his master's thesis at the Energy Economics Institute of the University of Cologne (EWI), he analysed the long-term global costs of CO2-neutral hydrogen. Gregor is fluent in German and English and has knowledge of Spanish.