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Distributed Energy Resources

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2017

New York Public Service Commission Order on Net Energy Metering Transition, Phase One of Value of Distributed Energy Resources, and Related Matters

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2016

Brown, Ashley. "Challenging the Traditional Utility Business Model." Presentation to the 2016 Energy Symposium & User Groups. Atlantic Beach, FL, March 3, 2016.

Brown, Ashley. "The Value of Solar Writ Large: A Modest Proposal for Applying "Value of Solar" Analysis to the Entire Electricity Market. Electricity Journal. November 2016.

Centolella, Paul. "The Impact of Missing Price Signals." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group's 83rd Plenary Session. Cambridge, MA, June 2, 2016.

Hledik, Ryan, Judy Chang and Roger Lueken. "The Hidden Battery: Opportunities in Electric Water Heating." The Brattle Group, January 2016.

Klass, Alexander and Elizabeth Wilson. "Remaking Energy: The Critical Role of Energy Consumption Data." California Law Review, 2016 Forthcoming.

NARUC Staff Committee on Rate Design. "Draft: NARUC Manual on Distributed Energy Resources Compensation." 2016

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2015

Brown, Ashley. "Distributed Solar Generation: Value and Pricing." Presentation to the New England Roundtable, Boston, MA.     April 2015.

Brown, Ashley. "Distributed Solar Generation: Value and Pricing." Presentation to Utilities in a Time of Change and Challenge, Phoenix, AZ, November 2015.

Brown, Ashley. "Opinion: How solar Advocates Are Overvaluing DG Solar." Utility Drive. March 2015.

Brown, Ashley. "Multi-Family Energy Efficiency: Getting Incentives and Resources into Alignment." Presentation to     the Natural Resources Defense Council, New York, NY, April 2015.

Brown, Ashley. "Protecting Customers and Addressing Cross-Subsidization: Unintended Consequences of Retail Net       Metering." Presentation to the National Governors Association State Learning Network for New Utility Business       Models & the Electricity Market Structure of the Future, Boston, MA, July 2015.

Brown, Ashley. "Value of Solar: Just a Trip Down Memory Lane? A Bit of 1980s Retro." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group's 81st Plenary Session, Palm Beach, FL, December 2015.

Faruqui, Ahmad. "The Case for Introducing Demand Charges in Residential Tariffs." Presentation to the Harvard             Electricity Policy Group's 79th Plenary Session, Washington, DC, June 2015.

Grabel, Meghan. "Residential Demand Rates: APS Case Study." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy       Group's 79th Plenary Session, Washington, DC, June 2015.

Hinkle, Lynn. "Minnesota's Value of Solar: Shining Light on Hidden Values?" Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group's 81st Plenary Session, Palm Beach, FL, December 2015.

James, Tim. "The Value of Distributed Solar Generation." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group's 81st Plenary Session, Palm Beach, FL, December 2015.

Mather, Barry. "Distributed PV Impacts on the Electric System." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy     Group 78th Plenary Session, Half Moon Bay, CA, March 2015.

Moorty, Sai. "Computational Frontiers in Electricity Markets: Increased Penetration of Distributed Energy Resources (DER)." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group's 80th Plenary Session, Houston, TX, October 2015.

Nelson, Jeffrey. "Value within the Distribution System." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group's 79th       Plenary Session, Washington, DC, June 2015.

Nichols, Ron. "Planning and 'Markets' for Distributed Energy Resources." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity     Policy Group 78th Plenary Session, Half Moon Bay, CA, March 2015.

Supreme Court of the United States. On Writs of Certiorari: Brief of Robert L. Borlick, Joseph Bowring, James       Bushness, and 19 Other Leading Economists as Amici Curiae in Support of Respondents. Nos. 14-840, 14-841.       Washington, DC, 2015.

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2014

Aldy, Joseph and Sebastien Houde. "Policy Brief on 'Belt and Suspenders and More: The Incremental Impact of     Energy Efficiency Subsidies in the Presence of Existing Policy Instruments." Cambridge, MA: Taubman Center for     State and Local Government, October 2014.

Aldy, Joseph and Sebastien Houde. "Belt and Suspenders and More: The Incremental Impact of Energy Efficiency     Subsidies in the Presence of Existing Policy Instruments." National Bureau of Economic Research, October 2014.

Brown, Ashley. "Valuation and Pricing of Distributed Solar PV." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Santa Monica, CA, February 28, 2014.

Borlick, Robert. "An Empirical Analysis of Net Metering." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Santa Monica, CA, February 28, 2014.

Clark, Tony. "The DC Circuit Court Decision on Order No. 745." FERC: Media, June 11, 2014.

Electric Power Supply Association v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, No. 11-1486, United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Decided May 23, 2014.

Faruqui, Ahmad. "Moving Demand Response back to the Demand Side." Presentation to the IEEE Power and Power     Society General Meeting, July 2014.

NYS Department of Public Service. "Reforming the Energy Vision." Staff Report and Proposal, Case 14-M-0101, 4/24/2014.

Raskin, Dave. "Jurisdiction Over Net Metering." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group 75th Plenary     Session, Cambridge, MA, June 2014.

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2013

American Public Power Association. "Distributed Generation: An Overview of Recent Policy and Market Developments." November, 2013.

Brown, Ashley. "The Utility Business Model Going Forward: Policy, Perception, and Risk Considerations." Harvard Electricity Policy Group 73rd Plenary Session, Marana, AZ. 11 pages.

Brown, Ashley and Louisa Lund. "Distributed Generation: How Green? How Efficient? How Well Priced?" The Electricity Journal, April 6, 2013.

21st Century Power Partnership. "Market Evolution: Wholesale Electricity Market Design for 21st Century Power Systems." Produced under the guidance of the Department of Energy and the Clean Energy Ministerial by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory under Interagency Agreement S- OES - 12 - IA - 0010 and Task Number WFH1.2010. October 7, 2013.

Dion, Philip J. "The Electric Utility Business Model Going Forward: Maximalist, Minimalist, or Somewhere in Between?" Harvard Electricity Policy Group 73rd Plenary Session, Marana, AZ. 8 pages.

Brown, Ashley. "The Utility Business Model Going Forward: Policy, Perception, and Risk Considerations." Harvard Electricity Policy Group 73rd Plenary Session, Marana, AZ. 11 pages.

Kristov, Lorenzo. "The transmission-distribution interface in a distributed energy future." Harvard Electricity Policy Group 73rd Plenary Session, Marana, AZ. 12 pages.

Tai, Humayun. "New Utility Business Models." Harvard Electricity Policy Group 73rd Plenary Session, Marana, AZ, 11 pages.

 

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2012

Brown, Ashley. “Distributed Generation: Policy Objectives vs. Economic Efficiency?” Presentation to Harvard Electricity Policy Group, 68th Plenary Session, October 11, 2012. 6 pages.

Hoskins, Anne. “The Solar Market in New Jersey.” Presentation to Harvard Electricity Policy Group, 68th Plenary Session, October 11, 2012. 12 pages.

Raab, Jonathan. “Distributed Generation News and Challenges in New England.” Presentation to Harvard Electricity Policy Group, 68th Plenary Session, October 11, 2012. 20 pages.

Simon, Timothy. “California Distributed Generation (DG).” Presentation to Harvard Electricity Policy Group, 68th Plenary Session, October 11, 2012. 21 pages.

 

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2011

Cooke, Douglas. Empowering Customer Choice in Electricity Markets. International Energy Agency Information Paper, October 2011.

IEEE Brief. Summary of Ratepayer-Funded Electric Efficiency Impacts, Expenditures, and Budgets. Update January 2011.

PJM Staff Whitepaper. "Price Responsive Demand." March 3, 2011. 41 pages.

 

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2010

Featured link: Demand Response Debate.

 

Besser, Janet Gail. Decoupling and Utility Demand Side Management. Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Sixty-First Plenary Session, Marana, AZ, December 9, 2010. 25 pages.

Chao, Hung Po. Demand Response in Restructured Wholesale Electricity Markets. Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Fifty-Ninth Plenary Session. Cambridge, MA. May 20, 2010. 18 pages.

Hogan, William. Demand Response Compensation, Net Benefits and Cost Allocation: Preliminary Comments. Prepared for FERC Technical Conference, Demand Response Compensation in Organized Wholesale Energy Markets, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Docket No. RM10-17-000.

Hurley, Doug. What Price for Price Response? Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Fifty-Ninth Plenary Session. Cambridge, MA. May 20, 2010. 15 pages.

Kidwell, Steve. Aggressive Pursuit of DSM: Challenges in Missouri. Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Sixty-First Plenary Session, Marana, AZ, December 9, 2010. 6 pages.

Neenan, Bernie. Demand Side Response - What Price Efficiency? Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Fifty-Ninth Plenary Session. Cambridge, MA. May 20, 2010. 17 pages.

Sudarshan, Anant, Deconstructing the 'Rosenfeld Curve': The Problem with Energy Intensities (November 27, 2010). USAEE-IAEE Working Paper No. 10-057. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1715860

2009

Chao, Hung-Po. An Economic Framework of Demand Response in Restructured Electricity Markets. Mimeo, February 8, 2009.

Earle, Robert, Edward P. Kahn, and Edo Macan. Measuring the Capacity Impacts of Demand Response. The Electricity Journal 22, issue 6 (July 2009): 47-58.

Hogan, William. Providing Incentives for Efficient Demand Response. Prepared for Electric Power Supply Association, Comments on PJM Demand Response Proposals, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Docket No. EL09-68-000. October 29, 2009. 24 pages.

2008

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. A National Assessment of Demand Response Potential. Staff Report, prepared by The Brattle Group. June 2009.

2007

Faruqui, Ahmad and Ryan Hledik. The State of Demand Response in California. Draft Consultant Report. Prepared for the California Energy Commission by The Brattle Group, April 2007.

2006

Healy, Tim. Demand Response: An Underutilized Capacity Resource Whose Time is Now. Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Forty-Second Plenary Session, San Diego, CA, March 2, 2006. 26 pages.

2004

GAO Report to the Chairman, Committee on Governmental Affairs, U.S. Senate. Electricity Markets: Consumers Could Benefit from Demand Programs, but Challenges Remain. August, 2004.

Mani, Shiv. For Want of A Nail...? The Unrealized Potential of Focused Demand Response. ISO New England, February 18, 2004. 21 pages.

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2003

Yoshimura, Henry. Making Demand Response Work in New England. Northeast Energy and Commerce Association, January 9, 2003. 20 pages.

2002

Ruff, Larry. Economic Principles of Demand Response in Electricity. Prepared for Edison Electric Institute. October 2002. 58 pages.


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Financial Markets

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Lessons from Abroad

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