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Dr. Lam specializes in resource planning, electricity markets, renewable and climate policy analysis, and economic analysis of generation, transmission, and demand-side resources. Among his academic work, he has conducted research on wind and solar energy technology development in China. Prior to joining Brattle, Dr. Lam served as an IEEE/AAAS Fellow, advising a US Senator and the Department of Defense on energy and climate issues.

Publications
Report
Energy-Market Payment Options for Demand Response in Ontario
May 21, 2020
Kathleen Spees, Johannes P. Pfeifenberger, Long Lam, Sophie Leamon, and Jill Moraski
Report
Modernizing Distribution Rate Design
March 13, 2020
Prepared for ATCO
Article
A Sunny Future: Expert Elicitation of China's Solar Photovoltaic Technologies
March 2018
Long Lam, L. Branstetter, and I. Azevedo
Published in Environmental Research Letters
Article
China's Wind Industry: Leading in Deployment, Lagging in Innovation
March 2017
Long Lam, L. Branstetter, and I. Azevedo
Published in Energy Policy
Article
Against the Wind: China's Struggle to Integrate Wind Energy into its National Grid
January 2017
Long Lam, L. Branstetter, and I. Azevedo
Published by the Peterson Institute for International Economics
Article
China's Wind Electricity and Cost of Carbon Mitigation are More Expensive than Anticipated
August 2016
Long Lam, L. Branstetter, and I. Azevedo
Published in Environmental Research Letters
News & Events
April 06, 2020
Unanimous NMPRC Decision for PNM to Abandon San Juan Coal Plant Relies on Expert Testimony by Principal Frank Graves

Brattle Principal Frank Graves, assisted by Principal Metin Celebi and Associate Long Lam, was retained by PNM to provide expert testimony in the unanimous NMPRC decision for PNM to abandon a San Jaun coal plant.

November 13, 2019
Framework Proposed by Brattle and EPRI Provides a Regulatory Standard for Evaluating the Cost-Effectiveness of Electrification Programs

Electric utilities and energy regulators can take a proactive role in facilitating the transition to an electrified and decarbonized economy. Brattle Principals Ryan Hledik, Ahmad Faruqui, Jürgen Weiss; Senior Associate Michael Hagerty; and Associate Long Lam have discussed how a new approach can help, in a recent American Bar Association (ABA) Environment, Energy & Resources Section article.