London Economics International has worked extensively in the Middle East on issues ranging from electricity market design to renewables procurement to macroeconomic impact modeling and the role of economic cities. LEI has advised regulators, policymakers, private companies, and industrial cities. The firm has created working models of the Saudi power sector, and developed tariffs for electricity and water for several Middle Eastern countries. When necessary, LEI has established fully staffed project offices, providing quick turnaround for policymakers. LEI’s knowledge of local conditions, coupled with a commitment to meld best practice with best fit, have enabled the firm to provide high quality, actionable deliverables for its Middle Eastern clients.
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