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2013

Cicala, Steve. "When Does Regulation Distort Costs? Lessons from Fuel Procurement in U.S. Electricity Generation." Discussion Paper 2013-47. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Environmental Economics Program, May 2013.

Hogan, William. "Electricity Scarcity Pricing Through Operating Reserves." International Association for Energy Economics, Vol 2, Number 2 (August 2013).

Hogan, William. Back Cast of Interim Solution B+ to Improve Real-Time Scarcity Pricing Through Operating Reserves (March 22, 2013). ERCOT White Paper. (29 pages) Supplemental Analysis (May 3. 2013) (16 pages)

Talbott, Will. "Lighting the Way: Unlocking Performance Gains in Electricity Distribution and Retailing in India." Discussion Paper 2013-46. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Environmental Economics Program, May 2013.

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2012

Huang, Junling, Xi Lu, and Michael B. McElroy. Submitted (2013). Meteorologically defined limits to reduction in the variability of outputs from a coupled wind farm system in the Central US. Renewable Energy. (This is from a series of papers investigating and comparing the prospects for low- and non-carbon power generation in China and the U.S.)

Lu, Xi, Michael B. McElroy, Chris P. Nielsen, Xinyu Chen, and Junling Huang. Submitted (2013). Optimal integration of offshore wind power for a steadier, environmentally friendlier, supply of electricity in China. Energy Policy.

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2012

Brown, Ashley. "Concessions, Markets and Public Policy in the Brazilian Power Sector." September 5, 2012.

Brown, Ashley. "Coming Out of the Dark: For one, prices must communicate to customers the actual cost of energy at the time of consumption." The Indian Express, August 8, 2012.

Brown, Ashley, Steven Levitsky, and Raya Salter. "Smart Grid and Competition: A Policy Paper." Prepared for the Galvin Initiative, July 28, 2011.

Hogan, William. Amici Curiae Brief, District Court of Columia Circuit, Electric Power Supply Association, et al. (June 13, 2012)  Economists' Brief on FERC Order 745 regarding demand response compensation.  ( 44 pages)

Hogan, William.Allocating Costs Commensurate with Multiple Transmission Benefits (June 8, 2012). PJM RPPTF Workshop Presentation.  (18 pages)

Hogan, William. Multiple Market-Clearing Prices, Electricity Market Design and Price Manipulation (March 31, 2012).  Working Paper. (21 pages)

Hogan, William. Electricity Market Design: Energy Trading and Market Manipulation (March 13, 2012).  Skadden Conference Presentation, Washington, DC. (15 pages)

Hogan, William. Allocating Costs Commensurate with Transmission Benefits (October 13, 2011). NECA Conference Presentation.  (13 pages)

Hogan, William. Electricity Scarcity Pricing Through Operating Reserves: An ERCOT Window of Opportunity. Working Paper. 11 pages.

Huang, Junling, Xi Lu, and Michael B. McElroy. Submitted (2012). Adopting a meteorologically based configuration of wind resources to minimize the variability of associated power generation in the US. Environmental Science & Technology. (This is from a series of papers investigating and comparing the prospects for low- and non-carbon power generation in China and the U.S.)

Lu, Xi, Michael B. McElroy, Gang Wu, and Chris P. Nielsen. 2012a. Accelerated reduction of SO2 emissions from the US power sector triggered by changing prices of natural gas. Environmental Science and Technology 46(14): 7882-7889, doi:10.1021/es301023c. (This is from a series of papers investigating and comparing the prospects for low- and non-carbon power generation in China and the U.S.; click here to see coverage in Chemical & Engineering News.

Lu, Xi, Jackson Salovaara, and Michael B. McElroy. 2012b. Implications of the recent reductions in natural gas prices for emissions of CO2 from the US power sector. Environmental Science and Technology 46(5): 3014–3021, doi:10.1021/es203750k. (This is from a series of papers investigating and comparing the prospects for low- and non-carbon power generation in China and the U.S.; click here to see coverage in the Harvard Gazette.)

Tolmasquim, Mauricio T. Power Sector Reform in Brazil. Preface by Dilma Rousseff. Afterword by Ashley C. Brown. 2012 Empresa de Pesquisa Energetica (EPE).

Worch, Hagen, Bernhard Truffer, Mundia Kabinga, Jochen Markard, and Anton Eberhard. "Tackling the Capability Gap in Utility Firms: Applying Management Research to Infrastructure Sectors." CID Research Fellow and Graduate Student Working Paper no. 55, January 2012.

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2011

Aldy, Joseph. "Promoting Clean Energy in the American Power Sector." Hamilton Project Discussion Paper 2011-04, May 2011.

Brown, Ashley, and Raya Salter. Can Smart Grid Technology Fix the Disconnect Between Wholesale and Retail Pricing? The Electricity Journal 24, number 1 (January-February 2011): pp. 7-13.

Cullen, Joseph. "Dynamic Response to Environmental Regulation in the Electricity Industry." University of Arizona mimeo, February 1, 2011.

Hogan, William. "Transmission Benefits and Cost Allocation." Harvard University mimeo, May 31, 2011.

Hogan, William. "Electricity Market Reform: Market Design and the Green Agenda." 34th IAEE International Conference Institutions, Efficiency and Evolving Energy Technologies. Stockholm, Sweden. June 21, 2011.

Hogan, William. "Electricity Market Reform: Market Design and Extended LMP." The Economics of Energy Markets, Toulouse School of Economics, Toulouse, France. June 16, 2011.

Hogan, William. "Electricity Market Reform: Market Design and Resource Adequacy." The Economics of Energy Markets, Toulouse School of Economics, Toulouse, France. June 15, 2011.

Lee, Henry and Grant Lovellette, "Will Electric Cars Transform the U.S. Vehicle Market?" Discussion Paper 2011-08, Cambridge, Mass.: Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, July 2011.

Lu, Xi, Michael B. McElroy, and Nora Sluzas. "Costs for integrating wind into the future ERCOT system with related costs for savings in CO2 emissions." Environmental Science & Technology 45(7) (2011a): 3160–3166, doi:10.1021/es103948t.

McElroy, Michael. "Time to Electrify: Reducing our dependence on imported oil—while addressing the threat of climate change." Harvard Magazine Forum, July-August, 2011.

Lu, Xi, Jeremy Tchou, Michael B. McElroy,and Chris P. Nielsen. "The impact of Production Tax Credits on the profitable production of electricity from wind in the U.S." Energy Policy Volume 39, Issue 7, July 2011, Pages 4207-4214. Special Section: Renewable energy policy and development.

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2010

Brown, Ashley. “Infrastructure: The Regulatory and Institutional Dimension.”  Harvard University, mimeo,  June 2010.

Brown, Ashley, and Raya Salter. "Smart Grid Issues in State Law and Regulation." White Paper sponsored by the Galvin Electricity Initiative, September 17, 2010.

Hogan, William. “Electricity Market Reform.” Harvard China Review 6, No. 1 (January 2010): 44-55.

Hogan, William. "Demand Response Compensation, Net Benefits and Cost Allocation: Preliminary Comments." (September 13, 2010) FERC Technical Conference, Docket RM10-17-100.  (8 pages)

Hogan, William. "Extended LMP and Financial Transmission Rights." (June 9, 2010)  Co-authored with Michael Cadwalader, Paul Gribik and Susan Pope  (8 pages)

Hogan, William. "Scarcity Pricing and Locational Operating Reserve Demand Curves." (June 2, 2010) FERC Technical Conference on Unit Commitment Software, Docket AD10-12.  (37 pages)

Hogan, William. "Demand Response Pricing in Organized Wholesale Markets." (May 13, 2010)  IRC Comments, Demand Reponse Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, FERC Docket RM10-17-000.  (9 pages)

Hogan, William. "Implications for Consumers of the NOPR’s Proposal to Pay the LMP for All Demand Response." (May 12, 2010) EPSA Comments, Demand Reponse Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, FERC Docket RM10-17-000.  (17 pages)

Hogan, William. "Fairness and Dynamic Pricing: Comments." (April 30, 2010) Rutgers Conference Paper, Submitted to the Electricity Journal. (10 pages)

Hogan, William W. "Electricity Wholesale Market Design in a Low Carbon Future." Harnessing Renewable Energy. Ed. Boaz Moselle, Jorge Padilla, and Richard Schlamensee. RFF Press, 2010.

Hogan, William. "McCullough’s Critique of the New York Electricity Market ," For NYISO, co-authored with Scott Harvey. (December 22, 2009, 10 pages)

Hogan, William. "Providing Incentives for Efficient Demand Response."  (October 29, 2009) PJM Demand Reponse, FERC Docket EL09-68-000.  (24 pages)

Hogan, William. "A Model for a Zonal Operating Reserve Demand Curve."  (October 15, 2009)MIT presentation.  (87 pages)

Hogan, William. "Illustrating Two Models of Locational Operating Reserve Demand Curves."(October 1, 2009)  HEPG presentation. (62 pages)

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2009

Brown, Ashley, James F. Bowe Jr., Julio A. Castro, and Sonia C. Mendonca (Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP) The Financial Crisis and Implications for U.S.-Mexico Brazil’s New Natural Gas Law. Latin American Law and Business Report Volume 17, Number 5, May 31, 2009. 5 pages.

Brown, Ashley and James Rossi. Siting transmission lines: evolving the “public interest” to balance state and regional considerations. Version 1.0, dated August 3, 2009. The paper was originally prepared for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory‟s Conference on Multistate Decision Making for Renewable Energy and Transmission: Spotlight on Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming, August 11, 2009, Denver, Colorado.

Brown, Ashley. Equitable Access to Basic Utilities: Public versus Private Provision and Beyond. Poverty in Focus. International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth Poverty Practice, Bureau for Development Policy, UNDP. Number 18, August 2009. 36 pages.

Hogan, William W.  Electricity Market Reform: APPA's Journey Down the Wrong Path (April 16, 2009)  Co-authored with John D. Chandley. COMPETE Coalition Paper. 

Hogan, William W.  “Electricity Market Structure and Infrastructure.”  Acting in Time on Energy Policy.  Ed. Kelly Sims Gallagher.  Brookings Institution Press, 2009, 128-161.

Hogan, William W.  Regulation and Electricity Markets (April 16, 2009) . Western Power Trading Forum presentation. 

Hogan, William W.  Scarcity Pricing: More On Locational Operating Reserve Demand Curves (March 13, 2009, Revised March 23, 2009)   HEPG presentation.  {back to top}

2008

Hogan, William W.  Energy Interdependence (Summer, 2008)National Strategy Forum Review Essay, Hedging Against Uncertainty: US Strategy in an Interdependent World.

Hogan, William W.  Resource Sufficiency Guarantees, Cost Causation and Cost Allocation (October 9, 2008) Comments submitted to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Docket No. EL07-86-000. {back to top}

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