Mr. Wyonzek specializes in regulatory economics and finance-related matters in the energy and utilities industries.

He has expertise in matters relating to cost of capital and capital structure, utility and pipeline ratemaking (including cost of service, cost allocation, and rate design), performance-based regulation, regulatory policy, energy markets, and sustainability policies. Mr. Wyonzek has worked on engagements before the Canada Energy Regulator (CER), the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), and various provincial and state regulatory agencies.

Mr. Wyonzek has utilized econometric and financial modeling to evaluate matters such as the impacts of sustainability policies on natural gas demand forecasting, competitive pipeline tolling methodologies, interest rate impacts to pipeline cost recovery, and viability of renewable natural gas services.

Prior to joining Brattle, Mr. Wyonzek worked as a regulatory economist and project manager at an energy infrastructure company.


University of Toronto
Master of Financial Economics (MFE)

University of Calgary
BA in Economics