Senior Consultant

Phone: +353 (0) 16 573420
Email: r.sengupta@cornwall-insight.ie

Ratnottama is a Senior Consultant with Cornwall Insight Ireland’s consulting team. Her key areas of expertise include policy and regulatory interventions and analysis, market entry strategy and building business models.

Some of the significant work she has done are on projects related to Irish market entry, understanding the implications of EU’s Clean Energy Package, Grid Integration of Renewable Energy, creating a framework for Ancillary Services and related markets, building framework for larger balancing areas, building policy and legal frameworks leading to higher deployment of Renewable Energy, specifically solar, building business models for green field on-shore wind projects and market entry strategy for Waste-to-Energy plants.

Ratnottama joined Cornwall Insight in August 2020. She is an Economist by training and has previous experience with Goldman Sachs, AF Mercados and KPMG

Latest thinking


International Women’s Day 2023

Cornwall Insight takes pride in the invaluable contributions made by women within the energy industry. We recognise the significant impact that women have both inside and outside of our company, as they play a vital role in the work that we do. At Cornwall Insight, we understand that promoting diversity...

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Government publishes Ireland’s Climate Action Plan 2023

This article is an extract from our Energy Spectrum Ireland service, which is a monthly publication and weekly news bulletin covering key developments in the Irish and Northern Irish energy sectors. If you are interested, we are currently offering a free trial which you can sign up to by filling...

Commercial and market outlook

Delays to onshore wind investment increase long-term power prices in Ireland

Note: Cornwall Insight Ireland release the 'All-Island Power Market Outlook 2023' on a quarterly basis. The increase in long-term power prices refers to the comparison with our Q3 Power Market Outlook released in October 2022. Data from our fourth - ‘All-Island Power Market Outlook to 2030’ – has forecast that...

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RESS 3 consultation: DECC is listening, but the true test will be in the detail of the solutions incorporated 

The Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications (DECC) published the consultation for the third round of the Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS 3) on 28 October 2022. Some of the issues drawn out in the consultation is a testimony that DECC has its ears on the ground and is...

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RESS 2 by numbers

Last Friday, RESS 2 auction results were published, with nearly 2GW of new renewables projects successful in getting awarded a contract. We have put together an infographic that explains the auction outcome and what these projects will bring to our electricity system. We have also released a report with Wind...

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We have also released a report with Wind Energy Ireland which is free to download. View the report here