Dr Dan

Research Partner

Phone: +44 (0)7425 330 293
Email: d.atzori@cornwall-insight.com

As Research Partner, Dan’s role is to lead on developing and delivering research that increases our market expertise, knowledge base and commercial value. In particular, Dan focuses on further expanding Cornwall Insight’s global outreach through our International Market Studies and on strengthening our engagement with the investor community via our Financing Net Zero forum. Dan also brings to the team a specialism in EV charging infrastructure.

Dan joined Cornwall Insight in August 2019 and has a strong experience in conducting and managing research projects across the energy and infrastructure sectors, analysing key industry trends to create and deploy customer-centric thought leadership campaigns across multiple platforms. Dan received his PhD from the School of Government and International Affairs of the University of Durham.

Latest thinking

Energy storage and flexibility

Unlocking routes to market

On 19 January 2022, a webinar hosted by Cornwall Insight in partnership with the law firm Weightmans focused on routes to market for renewable projects that may not secure a contract during the fourth allocation round of the 'Contracts for Difference' (CfD) auction, which opened in December 2021. In the...

Net zero corporates and ESG

The stakes are higher than they seem: the current energy challenge and net zero

It has been an incredibly challenging week in the UK energy sector, and attention has rightly focussed on consumer protection, and indirectly on the state of the energy supply markets. However, it would be a mistake to believe that the ramifications of supplier failure will be limited only to this...

Commercial and market outlook

How can research help: what is the gap in understanding that should be addressed most urgently?

In the last two decades, the debate around addressing climate change has rightly focused on identifying – and supporting – the most suitable technologies to decarbonise our economies. Consequently, significant progress has been achieved in the decarbonisation of the power sector. However, as the priority is now to decarbonise hard-to-abate...