Ron Amen Managing Partner


B.S., Business Administration, Finance and Economics, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, 1978, United States




American Gas Association
Southern Gas Association


Financial Analysis; Litigation Support; Operations; Regulatory Support; Strategy; Utility Operations

Ron Amen Managing Partner

Mr. Amen has over 40 years of combined experience in utility management and consulting in the areas of regulatory support, resource planning, organizational development, distribution operations and customer service, marketing, and systems administration.

He has advised gas, electric and water utility clients in the following areas: regulatory policy, strategy and analysis; cost of service studies (embedded and marginal cost analyses); rate design and pricing issues including time- of-use rates, revenue decoupling, weather normalization and other cost tracking mechanisms; resource strategy, planning and financial analysis; and business process design, evaluation and organizational structures. Mr. Amen has provided expert testimony in numerous state and provincial regulatory agencies, and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Prior to establishing Atrium Economics in 2020, Mr. Amen’s consulting experience included Director Advisory & Planning at Black & Veatch Management Consulting, LLC, Vice President of Concentric Energy Advisors, Inc. and Director with Navigant Consulting, Inc. His prior utility experience includes leadership of State and Federal Regulatory Affairs at two electric and gas utilities, and management positions in Regulatory Affairs, Information Systems and Distribution Operations.


  • Alaska Regulatory Commission
  • Arkansas Public Service Commission
  • British Columbia Utility Commission (Canada)
  • Colorado Public Utility Commission
  • Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control
  • Delaware Public Service Commission
  • Illinois Commerce Commission
  • Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission
  • Kansas Corporation Commission
  • Manitoba Public Utilities Board (Canada)
  • Massachusetts Department of Utilities
  • Minnesota Public Utilities Commission
  • Missouri Public Service Commission
  • Montana Public Service Commission
  • New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board (Canada)
  • New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission
  • North Dakota Public Service Commission
  • Oklahoma Corporation Commission
  • Oregon Public Utility Commission
  • Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission
  • Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission
  • Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
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