Kiran joined ECC in 2018 and has started work on a range of analytical projects across the energy sector.
Prior to joining ECC, Kiran completed a degree in physics at the University of Bristol, and a postgraduate degree in sustainable energy systems at the University of Edinburgh. As part of his master’s thesis Kiran created a complementarity model of the European gas markets the programming language JULIA. The model was used to analyse future gas storage scenarios in Europe.
Kiran was previously employed by the Tokyo metropolitan board of education as part of the JET programme.
Preparing expert reports for gas sales contract disputes, including data analysis to establish benchmarks for profit margins across the energy sector.