Portrait of Mateusz Slomka

Mateusz Slomka : Senior Consultant

Matt is a member of Oxera’s Energy and Analytics teams. Since joining Oxera in 2019, Matt has worked on a mixture of project areas, primarily in disputes, across the electricity, gas, shipping and R&D sectors. Matt is also a chartered accountant.

Mateusz speaks English.

Tel: +44 (0) 20777 66695

Mateusz's specialisms include:

professional experience

  • Merger of two companies operating in the gas and petrochemical sectors (2020)

  • Economic impact assessment of a science infrastructure facility (2020)

  • Renewable energy dispute in an Eastern European country (2020)

  • Follow-on antitrust damages case for an automotive manufacturer (2020)

  • Support for a UK Distribution Network Operator’s efficiency assessment in advance of RIIO-2 (2020)

  • Impact assessment of a proposed change to the procurement of coal-fired power generation in an EU country (2020)


  • MSc Economics, University College London, UK

  • ACA, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales

  • BA Philosophy, Politics and Economics, University of Oxford, UK

Latest Insights:  Mateusz Slomka

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Like a growing number of businesses, Oxera has made an explicit commitment to reducing our carbon emissions and becoming a net zero organisation. As part of this, we have estimated…
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High gas and electricity prices across Europe have raised urgent concerns and started a debate about possible ways to mitigate the impacts on consumers. Countries have adopted a variety of…
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Many different organisations, including the European Commission, the United Nations and the International Labour Organization (ILO), have expressed a desire to ensure that decarbonisation involves a ‘just transition’.1 The organisations…
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The second article in this two-part series on Social Discount Rates (SDRs), as used in project and policy appraisal, discusses new evidence on how the rate at which the SDR…

Seminar on the Foreign Subsidies Regulation

In the autumn of 2022, the EU adopted the Foreign Subsidies Regulation (‘FSR’). The FSR will give the European Commission new powers to ‘effectively tackle foreign subsidies that cause distortions and undermine the level playing field in the internal market’. This new Regulation, which the Commission believes will close a… Read More

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