Omnia is a new wave of energy advisors.
We are an expert-driven technical consultancy company with extensive experience in regulatory matters and political processes relating to energy market reform and energy transition. We focus on supporting our partners in designing, implementing, and navigating the legislative and regulatory landscape for sustainable, competitive, transparent, and efficient energy markets.
THE PLURAL OF ENERGY
We support our partners with a full-service approach to all energy markets and their transition
The transition of energy markets is one of the greatest challenges of our time. It requires integrated solutions, sustainable concepts, and thorough expertise, along with flexible cooperation, a broad network, and trustworthy partnerships. We believe that all these elements are necessary for large-scale endeavours in times of fundamental change, and that is why these are what we offer to our partners.
WHAT WE HELP WITH
Energy & Economic Policy-making
Market Design & Market Implementation
Economic Analysis / Regulation / Tariffs
Sustainability Assessments / Rule Books
Strategic Business Decisions / Mediation
Political Economy Advice / Political Processes
Legal & Regulatory Acts / Institutional Design
New Governance Models / New Business Models
Business Processes / Market & System Integration
International Project & Programme Management
WHERE WE HELP
Electricity / Gas / Environment / Hydrogen / CO2
Transmission System Operation / Energy Efficiency
Sustainable Finance / EU Taxonomy
Cross-border Cooperation / Wholesale Energy Energy Market Reform & Development
Transition Countries / EU Institutions
Formal Procedures / Exemptions
Legislative Procedures / International Conflicts
International & Financial Cooperation
Technology & Paradigm Changes
SERVICES OUR PARTNERS CAN RELY ON
BACKGROUND AND EXPERTISE
Where we come from and what we are good at
At OMNIA, we combine generalist approaches with expert knowledge and a can-do attitude. We strive to be the problem-solvers that are needed for today's reality. Request more information about our expertise here.
Our technical, legal, political, and economic know-how has helped the implementation from scratch, of an EU-style electricity balancing market in an Energy Community country.
Years of implementation: 2017-2021
We know the Pan-European Energy Sector
We have supported the development of the EU's energy target models, and worked for many years on their implementation. We also have hands-on experience in driving energy-sector reforms in more than ten countries in and around Europe. Contact us for detailed references and to see some more of our success stories.
Andreas is OMNIA's managing partner. He has supported energy market reforms and transition projects in the EU and its neighbouring countries for more than 15 years. He has previously held different positions in both the electricity industry and government bodies. Amongst other projects, he helped develop the EU Network Codes, created various reform-target models, and assisted in the implementation of different national and regional electricity-market-integration projects. He is a political economist, mediator, and author of various academic articles on energy policy.
Kai is a founding partner at OMNIA. He has supported energy market reform design and implementation in Eastern Europe and the Caucasus region. He has also designed tariff models and drafted market studies relating to natural gas-infrastructure projects. He holds a PhD in applied econometrics, with a focus on macroeconomic financial risk-mitigation.
Kai has gained over a decade’s worth of experience in the energy industry, including work in academic positions relating to energy, as well as five years as the Lead Economist for Global Gas Markets at BP.
Tobias is a founding partner at OMNIA. He has supported various reform and integration processes in the energy sector, particularly in South-East Europe. He has also facilitated the adjustment of Energy Community members and candidate countries to the European regulatory landscape by providing legal expertise and regulatory advice, and supporting market designs. He holds an LL.M. in European Commercial Law, and a Ph.D. in European environmental and energy law, with a focus on regulatory approaches in the nuclear sector.
Maka is OMNIA's Local Representative in Georgia. She has more than 15 years of experience in the energy sector. She was involved in the management of many large-scale infrastructure projects funded by IFIs and implemented by the Georgian transmission system operator. She has been project manager within the Georgian TSO for a central electricity market development project. She holds her bachelor’s degree in law and MBA in general management.
Sören is Energy Advisor at OMNIA and a certified project manager. He has supported various technical implementation projects with TSOs in the EU and Caucasus region, and brings technical and regulatory knowledge of EU energy markets. He has a track-record in providing advisory services to customers in the German energy industry concerning digital energy sales strategies as well as product and portfolio management. Sören holds a postgraduate technical and business degree of the Technical University of Munich.
Petar is Energy Adviser at OMNIA. He has 15+ of professional experience in the field of EU accession, international relations and public affairs with a focus on the reforms in the Western Balkans. He was working in different roles in government institutions and as a consultant contributing to various capacity building projects and supporting approximation with EU acquis in key policy areas, including energy and climate policy.
Petar holds an MSc degree in European Political Economy (LSE).
Gilbert is Manager at OMNIA. He has more than 10 years of professional experience in the electricity TSO business, having held different positions both within an EU TSO as well as senior roles in European market development consortia. He helped implement large-scale European market integration programmes, as well as advance electricity market design in Europe through his participation in a variety of working groups. He is also experienced in stakeholder and programme management. Gilbert holds an MSc degree in chemistry and process engineering as well as a post-graduate MSc degree in international relations and environmental technology.
Mikheil is Manager at OMNIA. He has more than 20 years of experience in several segments of the Georgian and international power sector. He was covering both expert and top manager positions and worked in various spheres of sector planning and operation, including market management, regional cooperation, RES support, as well as bilateral and cross-border electricity trade. Over the last six years he was involved in the power sector reforms in Georgia, managing the Balancing Market and Wholesale Public Services’ implementation projects.
Irakli is Energy Advisor at OMNIA. He has 10 years of experience in the field of European law and Europeanisation policies with a special focus on energy and climate change. Irakli has supported various projects on energy transition and EU approximation. He has proven experience in cross-border project management, advisory and consultancy services and been awarded several academic scholarships- He frequently contributes to peer-reviewed publications. Irakli holds an LL.M. in International and European Public Law from Erasmus University Rotterdam and a Ph.D. in Energy Law.
Liliya is OMNIA's back office support and works with management on administration and accounting. She has gathered lots of experience as a financial accountant in the last years and an in-depth understanding of business bookkeeping procedures. Besides that, she worked also as an office manager and took responsibility in maintaining office services by organizing office operations and procedures, preparing payroll, controlling correspondence and monitoring clerical functions. Liliya speaks German, English and Ukrainian.
Tinatin is Energy Advisor at OMNIA. Currently, she is assisting the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development in reforming the energy sector of Georgia in line with the EU’s best practices and standards. Previously, she has held different positions in both private and civil society sectors. She holds a MA in Energy Security Studies, with the main focus on energy efficiency, renewable energy and the EU’s external energy policy. She has valuable experience as a researcher, civil servant and practitioner in this field.