Aurora Energy Research
Data-driven intelligence for the global energy transformation.
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Critical energy market decisions require accurate, in-depth intelligence. Aurora’s data-driven analytics on European and global energy markets provide valuable intelligence on the global energy transformation through forecasts, reports, software solutions, forums and bespoke consultancy services.
Aurora was founded in 2013 by University of Oxford Professors and economists that saw the need for a deeper focus on quality analysis. With decades of experience at the highest levels of academia and energy policy, Aurora combines unmatched experience across energy, environmental and financial markets with cutting-edge technical skills and innovative approaches like no other energy analytics provider.
CGE is backing the founder and CEO, Dr John Feddersen, and the existing management team in the transaction, and has brought together key resources and expertise to support the company in its next phase of growth, including future M&A, its international expansion and new product development initiatives. As part of the transaction Steve Halliday, who is an industry leader in the energy data space will be investing and joining the board as Chairman.
To enable the global energy transition through quantitative analysis of energy markets.
Aurora’s goal is to be the leading global partner to our customers, supporting their critical decisions in the rapidly changing power landscape. Building on our University of Oxford heritage, we have established ourselves as the European leader providing insights into key new energy technologies like wind, solar, hydrogen and storage. We are excited to partner with CGE, 22C and Steve Halliday to continue to build on this success, scale internationally, and broaden our capabilities.Dr John Feddersen, CEO of Aurora
CGE partners with 22C Capital to back the global growth of Aurora Energy Research
CGE Partners acquires Enhesa in first deal for firm