Mr. Chapman is an energy economist with expertise in regulatory economics, wholesale energy markets, and energy policy design.

For the past 25 years, he has worked with utilities, independent electricity system operators, and government, regulatory, and industry stakeholders on policy and strategy initiatives related to the design and evolution of energy markets in Canada, the US, and Europe.

Most recently, Mr. Chapman has worked to develop wholesale market participation models for new technologies such as energy storage, distributed energy resources, and hybrid resources. He is experienced in matters related to transmission expansion, including new interconnections, intertie trade, and the integration of renewable energy sources. He also advises on matters involving community solar projects, electricity and gas price forecasting, and market demand studies.

Mr. Chapman has been a lead witness and testified before regulators on electricity sector costs and utility rates. He has lectured on electricity markets at Toronto Metropolitan University and serves on the University’s Centre for Urban Energy advisory board.


University of Wales
MA in Business Economics, BSc in Economics