Brattle Principal Fox-Penner recently served as a guest speaker on Green Power Report, where he discussed the changing landscape of the electric utility industry.
Brattle academic advisor Michael Goldstein, a Professor of Finance and Chair of the Finance Division at Babson College, was quoted in a recent Wall Street Journal article, “The Markets Unplugged."
The Brattle Group is pleased to announce the promotion of Pinar Bagci, who has more than 15 years of experience advising on competition and regulatory matters and on the economics of energy and financial markets.
Brattle associate Giulia McHenry was recently invited to serve as a member on the Commerce Spectrum Management Advisory Committee (CSMAC).
Principal Bruce Tsuchida is the author of a chapter in the recently-published book, Renewable Energy Integration: Practical Management of Variability, Uncertainty and Flexibility in Power Grids.
Principal Torben Voetmann and senior associate Pavitra Kumar, along with Zachary Ziliak of Ziliak Law, have authored an article that discusses the complexities and challenges for experts arising from increased litigation surrounding high-frequency trading.
Principal Shaun Ledgerwood was recently cited in an EnergyRisk article on the use of technology in monitoring commodities trading for potential manipulation-like behavior.
Brattle economists issued a policy brief that examines the primary features and implications of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed CO2 emissions standards for existing fossil units under the Clean Air Act (CAA) Section 111(d).
Principal Dr. Lawrence Kolbe provided testimony on behalf of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service that aided in upholding a favorable decision in an Offshore Portfolio Investment Strategy (OPIS) tax dispute.
In anticipation of the EPA's proposed guidelines under Section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act, The Brattle Group has released a compendium of prior studies examining the effects of a potential carbon emissions rulemaking.
Principal Judy Chang was quoted in a Bloomberg article that examines plans to adapt to new climate rules to curb carbon emissions proposed by President Obama and the Environmental Protection Agency.
Brattle consultants released a new report for the Texas Clean Energy Coalition to show how renewable and natural gas-fired electricity sources would develop in the next two decades, and how this development would depend on gas prices, the existence of a capacity mechanism in ERCOT, national carbon policies, and other key market drivers.