Dr. Ros has more than 25 years of consulting and agency experience in regulatory and antitrust economics in the electricity, telecommunications, and natural gas sectors.
He has led projects involving retail and wholesale electricity restructuring – including working on the Mexican wholesale electricity market design – examining competition issues in retail and wholesale electricity markets, and in broadband, wireline, and mobile telecommunications markets. He has also led projects on estimating the cost of renewable and conventional generation and distributed resources, performance-based regulation and total factor productivity analysis, cost of capital of natural gas pipelines, calculating economic damages and demand analysis and forecasting of electricity and distributed resources. He has filed expert testimony and reports before the FERC, the FCC, US and Canadian Public Utility Commissions, and before competition and regulatory agencies in more than a dozen countries.
His agency experience includes work at the Illinois Commerce Commission, the Federal Communications Commission, and the Mexican Competition Commission. He is an Adjunct Professor at the Brandeis International Business School, where he teaches a course on regulatory and global antitrust economics. He previously taught a similar course at Northeastern University. He has published research on competition and regulatory issues in The Energy Journal, Journal of Regulatory Economics, Review of Industrial Organization, Review of Network Economics, Telecommunications Policy, and Info.
Before the state of New Hampshire on behalf of the Staff, Docket No. DE 19-057, on electricity marginal cost of service studies.
Before the Virginia Corporation Commission on behalf of the Virginia Power Company, Case No. PUR-2019-00104, rebuttal testimony on cost allocation of utility scale solar projects.
Before the state of New Hampshire on behalf of the Staff, Docket No. DE 19-064, on electricity marginal cost of service studies.
Before the Virginia Corporation Commission on behalf of the Virginia Power Company, Case No. PUR-2019-00104, direct testimony on cost allocation of utility scale solar projects.