Ágnes Törőcsik is a Research Associate at the Regional Centre for Energy Policy Research (REKK) at the Corvinus University of Budapest. She received her MA in economics from the Budapest University of Economic Sciences in 2004 at the Faculty of Economics, and by now has more than 10 years of experience in regulatory financial reporting and tariff setting in regulated industries.
Before joining REKK, Ágnes worked at KPMG Budapest on numerous regulatory projects, such as impact assessment of new regulatory obligations, analyzing accounting separation models and evaluation of different operators’ cost calculation models. As a member of the KPMG London Competition and Economics team she facilitated negotiations between the Regulator and a large network operator during the development of a new price control regime and evaluating the Price Control tool.
Ágnes joined REKK in 2014, where her main fields of interest are tariff setting in different sectors and financial feasibility studies. She is a co-author of several studies focusing on the economic and environmental analysis of the regulated district heating prices.
In 2015, she assisted the creation of the first ERRA ‘Introduction to Water Utility Regulation Training Course’ and is a regular instructor of the ‘Price Setting II’ lecture since then.