Nektaria Karakatsani is a member of the Board of the Greek energy regulator (RAE), the CEER and the ACER Board of Regulators. She holds a PhD in Energy Economics from London Business School and an MSc from Oxford University. She has worked as an energy consultant in the British market and an advisor on regulatory reforms for UK institutions. Her work has mainly focused on the econometric modelling of electricity prices in the context of risk management and on the impact assessment of regulatory changes. She has also worked on the interaction between electricity and gas markets and on behavioural finance issues, including the impact of sentiment indicators on stock returns. She joined RAE in 2008 as a specialized market analyst, developing market monitoring tools and market codes. She has published her research in influential journals, including Energy Economics, Journal of Forecasting, Oxford Handbook of Economic Forecasting and Journal of Non-linear Dynamics and Econometrics. She has been teaching forecasting, business statistics and econometrics at LBS, LSE and City University. Over the last years, she has written more than 30 articles to raise public awareness on consumer issues, competition, energy infrastructure, renewables and clean islands, among other topics.