Portrait of Rebecca Vitelli

Rebecca Vitelli : Consultant

Rebecca is a member of Oxera’s Regulation and Market Design and Energy teams. She joined Oxera in 2020 after completing a Double Degree in Economics in Italy and Belgium. Her areas of expertise are regulation and tariff modelling in energy, water and transport. Rebecca has experience in the Italian wholesale and retail energy markets and energy networks.

During her studies, she focused on microeconomics, industrial organisation, regulation and European policy. Before joining Oxera, Rebecca gained experience at Enel S.p.A.

Rebecca speaks English, and Italian.

Tel: +39 06 90258093

Rebecca's specialisms include:

professional experience

  • Strategic advice on regulatory policy and finance issues to ARERA in the context of the future network regulatory reform strategy (2021–)

  • Electricity market modelling investigating the potential transformations of the UK energy system (2021–)

  • International benchmarking of regulatory regimes and regulatory risk for energy networks in Italy, Spain and the UK (2021–)

  • Electricity market modelling for a state aid case regarding the construction of a new nuclear power plant (2020–21)

  • Strategic advice in the context of electricity auctions in the context of the liberalisation of electricity retail services for small and medium enterprises in Italy (2021)

  • Regulatory due diligence support in the motorway sector (2020–21)


  • Double Degree Economics, Università LUISS Guido Carli and Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, Italy and Belgium

  • BSc Economics and Management, Università LUISS Guido Carli, Italy

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