Senior Managing Consultant
Grant Freudenthaler

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Grant Freudenthaler

Grant Freudenthaler supports E3’s Asset Valuation and Markets, focusing on transaction due diligence, energy storage and renewables contracting, price forecasting, and other Asset Valuation topics. Prior to joining E3, Grant worked in many aspects of electricity including regulatory, rate design, forecasting and analytics, system and connection planning, price forecasting, investment strategy, hedging & portfolio management, environmental policy, and most recently in project finance doing commercial structuring and origination of power purchase and interconnection agreements. Grant has a broad background in the power sector having worked in most sectors including small project finance development, large IPP development, an Independent System Operator, and consumer advocacy. Grant has earned both a Master of Arts and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Calgary.

Grant has always seen electricity markets as the most interesting field for economists. Grant is constantly excited to utilize the principles of economic efficiency to design the least-cost, lowest emitting, and most reliable electric system.

When Grant is not thinking about power systems, he is probably playing guitar with his band or going to see live music. Grant also enjoys biking, walking, hiking in the mountains, and spending time with friends and family.

Education: MA, Economics, University of Calgary; BA, Economics, University of Calgary