Jan Galceran


Jan Galceran is an Associate in RCG’s Barcelona office. Jan’s background is in Social Sciences, complemented with Data Analysis to consolidate his research and consulting skills.

Jan developed research and analysis skills studying a degree on Philosophy, Politics and Economics, which is characterised by its interdisciplinarity. The degree provided Jan with tools to analyse reality from different perspectives in order to make well founded assessments. Prior to working with RCG, Jan studied a PgDip on Data Analysis and programming applied to Social Sciences that improved his knowledge on qualitative analysis. Through his internship in the Association of Political Science and Sociology of Catalonia, he learned about the Consultant’s role and gained experience in market research.

At RCG, Mr Galceran has gained extensive experience in European markets’ offshore wind policies and regulation, with a special focus in the South European markets. He has also worked on various South American projects. He has significant experience in market intelligence, market analysis, competitor analysis and supply chain analysis. Mr Galceran has carried out numerous market entry projects that included the identification of opportunities as well as risks for offshore wind deployment in a specific market.

Representative Assignments

International Best Practices, Offshore Wind
Gathered policies from different mature offshore wind markets on tender procedures, support mechanisms and compensation to local communities for the Catalan Government to decide what could be applied in Spain.
Supply chain and market drivers and constraints analysis, Offshore Wind-to-hydrogen
Carried out an offshore wind-to-hydrogen supply chain analysis in Colombia and identified potential deployment drivers as well as the constraints the Colombian market presents.
Market review, Offshore Wind
Conducted market research on Lithuania and Spain’s offshore wind energy market, with a special focus on the policy and legislation that had been put in place from the leasing process to the support mechanism, including the country’s portfolio and active developers.