Portrait of Mona Sachter

Mona Sachter : Consultant

Mona is a member of Oxera’s Energy and Analytics teams. Her work involves applying quantitative economic analysis and data science techniques to projects in the energy, digital and transport sectors. Mona is particularly interested in helping clients understand the economics of climate change and deliver decarbonisation in the most efficient way. In her project work, she advises clients across Europe, with a focus on Germany.

Before joining Oxera in 2018, Mona completed a Master’s degree at Bocconi University. She also has experience at the European Commission, where she was part of the economic and trade section.

Mona speaks English, German, and Italian.

Tel: +49 (0) 30 7675 99114

Mona's specialisms include:

professional experience

  • Economic advice in a merger between two European paint manufacturers (2020–21)

  • State aid advice and auction modelling for a third party in the European Commission investigation into the German coal phase-out (2020–)

  • Aviation demand forecasting and tariff calculation in a European Commission state aid investigation on behalf of an Italian region (2020–)

  • Analysis of the effectiveness of testing schemes for COVID-19 for air passengers on behalf of a consortium of airlines and airports (2020–)

  • Electricity market modelling in PLEXOS on behalf of a European TSO for a European Commission state aid case regarding the planned construction of a new nuclear power plant (2020–)

  • Economic research and expert advice on digital innovation in Germany for one of the largest international e-commerce platforms (2020–)


  • MSc Economic and Social Sciences, Bocconi University, Italy

  • BSc (Hons) European Studies (Focus: Economics), Maastricht University, the Netherlands

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