University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. and MS in Agricultural and Resource Economics
University of Michigan, BS in Economics and BSE in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Reforming Ontario’s Wholesale Electricity Market: The Costs and Benefits
Published in Energy Regulation Quarterly, Volume 5, Issue 2
This article provides a review of a recent report authored by Brattle economists examining the net benefit that Ontario could realize through implementation of a locational energy market, improving the system’s operating flexibility, and the introduction of an incremental capacity auction for maintaining resource adequacy.
The Future of Ontario's Electricity Market: A Benefits Case Assessment of the Market Renewal Project
April 20, 2017
Prepared for IESO
September 1, 2016
Prepared for the Public Utilities Office of the Government of Western Australia’s Department of Finance
The report evaluates mechanisms for mitigating market power in the reformed wholesale energy market scheduled for July 2017 implementation in Western Australia’s South West Interconnect System.