Our work on infrastructure pricing includes determining revenue requirements, designing efficient pricing structures and signals, and evaluating cost allocation methodologies.
We model bill impacts, equity effects and customer responses to price signals. Our work is used by infrastructure service providers to set prices and has also been used to inform policy decisions.
We draw on our knowledge of economic theory along with our applied commercial experience in the aviation, electricity, telecommunications, and water sectors to provide pragmatic advice that enables cost-recovery while achieving efficiency, environmental, and equity objectives.
Infrastructure Pricing projects completed by Link Economics
Cost allocation study for the Electricity Networks Association
Postal network access pricing
Estimation of Long Run Marginal Cost
International comparisons of wholesale broadband prices
Review of airport landing fees
Pricing methodology regulatory disclosures for electricity networks
Other services we offer
Our experience with economic regulation includes providing expert reports on regulatory frameworks and access pricing, including the implementation of utility-style building-block models.
Competition & Antitrust
Our team’s experience includes preparing expert evidence that is submitted to competition authorities in the context of clearance and authorisation applications, is used in market studies and other sector reviews.
Contact us today for expert economic guidance in infrastructure regulation, competition law, and pricing.
At Link Economics, we pride ourselves on our focus on quantitative economics that can be applied in practical commercial contexts. We use advanced economic and financial modeling techniques to provide clients with accurate and reliable guidance, and we are committed to presenting complex economic and financial concepts in a way that is accessible to a wide range of audiences.