Vincent Rious is Vice Président Energy & Regulation at Microeconomix, a consulting firm where he works on competition and regulation economics applied to the network industries.
He published several articles and conference papers on grid operation and investment in the liberalised power system with an increasing integration of renewable resources. He has successively done these research works with the French TSO RTE and the French regulator CRE.
He was previously associate professor at the Power and Energy Systems Department in the High School of Electricity SUPELEC where he was the co-director of one master in continuing education for Energy Managers and one master in initial education for Economics and Management in the Network Industries, in collaboration with the Universities Paris 6, 10, 11 and two other French Grandes Ecoles Telecom ParisTech and l’Ecole Polytechnique.
He received the M.S. degree in electrical engineering from SUPELEC in (2004) and the PhD degree in Economics from the University Paris 11 (2007).
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