Dr. Sergici specializes in matters related to rate design, electrification, grid modernization investments, and alternative ratemaking mechanisms.

She is an energy economist with 20 years of consulting and energy research experience. Her consulting practice is focused on understanding customer adoption of and response to innovative rate designs, distributed energy resources, and emerging technologies. She regularly assists her clients in matters related to rate design, electrification pathways, grid modernization investments, load forecasting, and resource planning.

Dr. Sergici has led numerous studies in these areas that have been instrumental in regulatory approvals of grid modernization investments and smart rate offerings for electricity customers. She has also conducted several studies that explore the impact of electrification on grid investments and investigate the role of distributed energy resources in meeting climate goals. She has been at the forefront of the design and impact analysis of innovative retail pricing, enabling technology, and behavior-based energy efficiency pilots and programs across North America.

Dr. Sergici regularly testifies before regulatory bodies, publishes in academic and industry journals, and presents at industry events.


Northeastern University
PhD in Applied Economics

Middle East Technical University (Ankara, Turkey)
BS in Economics