Head of Market Intelligence

Phone: +44 (0) 1603 542124

Vicky is the Head of Market Intelligence at Cornwall Insight. With over 10 years experience in the energy industry, she has a background in regulation and supplier compliance, working with a wide range of market participants. Specifically, Vicky has an in depth knowledge and understanding of both the licence and industry code requirements that energy suppliers face to ensure they are operating within the rules as well as best practice. 

Vicky leads the Market Intelligence Team, co-ordinating and supporting the Consumer Markets, Assets & Infrastructure and Networks teams in the delivery of a variety of services to customers across the value chain. This enables customers to keep pace with the fast-moving complex energy market, understand the impact of a changing landscape on their business as well as policy and regulatory changes so as to make the best decisions. She also provides support and coaching opportunities to the team, in addition to establishing options for career pathways within the business.

Latest thinking

Commercial and market outlook

2021’s most exciting ‘Charts of the week’

Some of our team have looked back throughout 2021 and picked their most exciting 'Chart of the week'. Read about their choices and click through to read the full 'Chart of the week'. To do so, you need a free Cornwall Insight account which is easy to create here. Green...

Regulation and policy

BSUoS task force report sets scene for Targeted Charging Review decision

The Electricity System Operator (ESO) led task force issued its final report on 31 May, recommending that all the costs in balancing services use of system (BSUoS) charges should be treated solely as cost recovery. The report will feed into Ofgem’s decision on the Targeted Charging Review (TCR) Significant Code...

Regulation and policy

Smart meter rollout: Ofgem’s latest thinking

Ofgem’s latest thinking on the smart meter rollout was captured in an open letter on 15 May.  This letter is Ofgem’s fifth concerned with the rollout and taken collectively the letters set out what the regulator expects from suppliers. The latest letter is essential reading for everyone involved in the...