Callum works across the challenges faced by the energy sector, from network regulation to future market design in response to decarbonisation.
Since joining Frontier in 2016, he has taken a keen interest in using sophisticated analytical techniques to answer challenging questions. He finds satisfaction in communicating findings in a simple-to-understand way and cutting through complexity.
Callum works for numerous clients across the energy sector in the UK, Europe and North America. Recent examples of his work include advising clients on the cost impact to customers of future energy scenarios, understanding the impact of the pandemic on electricity consumption, and assessing the future of UK electricity market design for generators, networks and storage operators.
Callum has an MSc in Economics from Birkbeck College. Outside of Frontier, he can either be found playing at one of the 5-aside football leagues in London or at a pub quiz.
What would the title of your autobiography be?
“Cheesy jokes, cheesy surname: the Callum Cheshire story”
Describe your job to a child.
I solve problems that will help the weather be normal in the future.
Last thing you asked Google?
“What’s on Tate Modern”