RESEARCH LIBRARY
Research Papers

Technology: Distributed Generation

2016 |2014 |2013 |2012 |

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.

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

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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.

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2013

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

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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Categories

Capacity Markets

Climate Change

Coal

Competitive Market Models and Transitions to Competition

Electric Storage and Transportation

Energy Efficiency:
Demand Response
Demand Side Management/Conservation

Environment - Clean Air

EPAct and Predictions for the Future

FERC Rulings and Reports

Investment Incentives/Risk Allocation

Lessons from Abroad

Lessons from Other US Industries

LMP

Merchant Transmission

Mergers, Market Power and Anti-Trust

National Energy Policy

Public Power

Regional Transmission Organizations

Regulation, Governance and Judicial Review

Reliability

Resources:
Coal
Natural Gas
Nuclear Power
Renewable Energy

Resource Adequacy

Retail Rate/Rate Design

Scarcity Pricing

Siting

Smart Grid

Standard Market Design and Demand-Side Activities

State and Regional Activities

Stranded Benefits (Including Public Policy, Environment, DSM, IRP)

Stranded Investments, Assets, Costs (Including the Nuclear Question)

Transmission Investment

Transmission Planning

Wholesale and Retail Competition

Miscellaneous (Including Electricity Futures, Economic Principles, Financial Reform)