Martin advises both private and public sector clients in Germany, Europe and beyond on issues relating to energy and competition.
In his recent work he focuses on questions around regulation in the energy sector. He contributed to various studies on the profitability of Green Hydrogen and renewable fuels and worked on designing a regulatory framework for NEOM’s zero-carbon energy market. Furthermore, he supports clients in international energy arbitration cases.
He also has experience in estimating potential damages from cartel and price-fixing agreements as well as in market definition for merger cases.
Martin holds master’s degrees in economics and public policy from Bocconi University and Hertie School. He speaks fluently German and English.