Simon Pritchard, Director of Analytics

Simon Pritchard, Managing Director of Analytics


Simon Pritchard joined Competitive Energy Services as an Energy Analyst in July 2016 and has served as Managing Director of Analytics since 2023. In addition to managing the day to day operations of the CES Analytics Team, Simon supports full-service and consulting clients in the corporate, higher education, and public sectors on projects ranging across the full scope of CES’ suite of services, from market and regulatory monitoring, energy budgeting, and demand management to renewable energy project evaluation, greenhouse gas accounting, and sustainability planning. As part of his work at CES, Simon also oversees the management of over $5 million in sales of clients’ Renewable Energy Certificates. He holds a B.A. in Government and Legal Studies and Environmental Studies from Bowdoin College.


Ivy Bohrmann, Director of Program Management


Ivy Bohrmann joined CES as the Director of Program Management in July 2023. She has extensive program management experience in the energy and tech industries, having previously worked in residential solar and storage programs at Sunnova and as a Program Manager for Google’s data center strategy team. Her interests span energy markets, asset optimization, integration of renewable energy and DERs, and energy policy. In her role, she oversees net energy billing programs for CES clients. She lives in Maine and holds a Masters in Energy Systems Management and a B.S. in Economics.  


Charlotte Del Col, Associate Manager of Analytics


Charlotte Del Col joined CES in July of 2021 as an Energy Analyst, was promoted to Senior Energy Analyst in 2022, and to Associate Manager of Analytics in 2024. Her primary areas of focus at CES include budgeting, carbon tracking, renewable energy planning and consulting projects, and she works with a wide variety of clients in both the private and public sector. On the Analytics team, Charlotte conducts battery storage and fuel cell analyses for Massachusetts based clients. Prior to CES, she conducted undergraduate research on the social implications of implementing offshore wind and tidal energy technologies in Maine communities. She holds a B.A. in Environmental Policy and Anthropology from Colby College.

Hannah Parks, Energy Analyst

Catherine Nisbet, Senior Energy Analyst


Catherine Nisbet joined Competitive Energy Services as an Energy Analyst in 2022 and was promoted to Senior Energy Analyst in 2023. During her time at CES, Catherine has worked with clients in the corporate, higher education, and public sectors on projects ranging from energy master planning, greenhouse gas accounting and modeling, and energy consumption budgeting and analysis. Catherine has contributed to several projects within CES’ consulting practice, helping clients identify state and federal incentives for clean heating technologies and low embodied carbon building materials, and overall supporting clients as they navigate their path towards achieving long term sustainability goals. Additionally, Catherine helps manage CES’ renewable energy credit portfolio, from project developer communication to the competitive bid process and client reporting. Catherine’s primary interests include greenhouse gas accounting, sustainability consulting, and renewable energy credit markets. She holds a B.A. in Environmental Policy from Colby College and has obtained her certification as a Tableau Desktop Specialist.


Emmett Burns, Senior Energy Analyst


Emmett Burns joined Competitive Energy Services as an Energy Analyst in 2022. Emmett’s primary interest is the electricity sector, and he looks to bring his previous experience in EV Charging to his clientele here at CES. Prior to joining CES, Emmett held two research assistant positions at Colby College, one of which consisted of the creation of a drone network simulation, and the other of data analysis within a forestry lab. Additionally, he held a position as Technical Specialist for a lighting and Electric Vehicle (EV) charging station installation company in New York. He holds a B.A. in Computer Science and Spanish from Colby College. 


Tarik Cetin, Senior Energy Analyst


Tarik Cetin joined Competitive Energy Services as an Energy Analyst in July 2022. Tarik’s primary interests include electricity markets and electrification initiatives as well as policy and regulation of energy transition. Prior to joining CES, Tarik conducted undergraduate research on the impacts of coronavirus lockdowns on the power mix and electricity demand. He also completed graduate-level coursework on international energy policy and energy entrepreneurship at The Fletcher School. He recently graduated from Tufts University with a B.A. in Economics and International Relations.


Eliza Pohle, Senior Energy Analyst


Eliza Pohle joined CES in December of 2022 as an Energy Analyst and was promoted to Senior Energy Analyst in 2024. She participated in undergraduate research to understand the hurricane vulnerability in Small-Island Developing States (SIDS), with a focus on the agriculture sector in Cuba. Her primary interests at CES include sustainability and renewable energy initiatives. Eliza graduated from Colby College in May of 2022 with Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Policy and Spanish.


Lakshya Bharadwaj, Energy Analyst


Lakshya Bharadwaj graduated from the University of Maine in 2022 with a Master of Science in Financial Economics. At UMaine, Lakshya conducted and published research on cryptocurrency markets and studied advanced econometrics, financial management, investment analysis, energy economics, and regional economics. As a graduate student, Lakshya also authored a research paper proposing a novel PPA pricing mechanism for renewable generators. Before graduate school, Lakshya earned his bachelor’s at Berea College in Kentucky in Economics and Political Science with a math minor. Prior to CES, Lakshya worked at EDP Renewables in Houston as a Global Risk Analyst, working on the North America market risk team. In this role, Lakshya built, managed, and presented data tools and models to construct and track risk metrics, price volatilities in the Day Ahead and REC markets, and production profiles for solar and wind assets.


Ora Rogovin, Energy Analyst


Ora Rogovin joined Competitive Energy Services as an Energy Analyst in 2023. Ora’s primary interests include renewable policy design and energy efficiency technology, and she works on a wide range of projects including energy budgeting, market and policy research, and greenhouse gas accounting and reporting. Prior to CES, Ora worked as a research assistant on data analysis projects at New York Medical College and Brandeis University and contributed to conservation research at the Cincinnati Zoo’s CREW Center. She brings her research background to her work on the Analytics team, conducting analyses evaluating the performance of energy efficiency projects and modeling future impacts for clients in both the public and private sector. Ora graduated from Brandeis University in 2020 with a B.A. in Neuroscience and Music.


Conor Larkin, Energy Analyst


Conor Larkin joined Competitive Energy Services as an Energy Analyst in 2023. Since joining CES, Conor has assisted clients in the manufacturing and higher education sectors on projects focused on market and regulatory monitoring, energy budgeting, and commodity tracking. Conor’s primary interests include energy policy and electrification initiatives. Prior to his time at CES, Conor was a senior associate at ADL Ventures working to commercialize technologies in the energy, transportation, and buildings sectors. Conor has supported private firms and electricity utilities to deploy EV charging stations in dense urban centers and co-authored the Department of Energy funded, Advanced Building Construction Collaborative market insights report on U.S. building decarbonization. He holds a B.A. in Environmental Policy from Colby College.


Will Dickerman, Energy Analyst


Will Dickerman joined Competitive Energy Services as an Energy Analyst in June 2023. During his time at CES, Will has worked with higher education and corporate clients on energy budgeting and variance tracking, hedging strategies, greenhouse gas accounting, and sustainability planning. Will has helped clients navigate on-site and off-site energy project opportunities and maximize IRA incentives. He developed his passion for the energy sector at Dartmouth College, where he helped start the Dartmouth Energy Alliance, worked for the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society as a research assistant studying COVID’s impact on ISOs and RTOs, and conducted research on offshore wind. Will also interned in the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, where he focused on IRA implementation, demand response, net metering, and climate conferences. His primary interests include energy policy, renewable energy credit markets, power purchase agreements, and sustainability consulting. Will holds an A.B. in History from Dartmouth College.


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