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Mr. Lee supports clients across the electric power industry in regulatory, litigation, and business strategy matters. He specializes in wholesale market design, environmental policy analysis, resource planning, and economic analysis of generation, transmission, and demand-side resources. 

Publications
Report
2019 Utility Demand Response Market Snapshot
September 2019
Ryan Hledik, Ahmad Faruqui, Tony Lee, and John Higham
Published by Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA)
Presentation
The National Potential for Load Flexibility: Value and Market Potential Through 2030
June 2019
Ryan Hledik, Ahmad Faruqui, Tony Lee, and John Higham
Published by The Brattle Group, Inc.

The study identifies nearly 200 GW of cost-effective load flexibility potential in the U.S. by 2030.

Article
Electrification: EU Opportunities for Utility Growth
June 18, 2018
Jürgen Weiss, Maria Castaner, and Tony Lee
Published by The Brattle Group, Inc.

The paper discusses a variety of opportunities for growth in utility sales in Europe.

Article
The Electrification Accelerator: Understanding the Implications of Autonomous Vehicles for Electric Utilities
January 04, 2018
Published in The Electricity Journal

This article discusses the implications autonomous vehicles, ride sharing/ride hailing, and electric vehicles (EVs) may have for electric utilities and the utility business model.

Report
CO2 Allowance Allocation Options: Considerations for State Policymakers when Developing Mass-Based Compliance Strategies Under the Clean Power Plan
November 28, 2016
Prepared for the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)

The report examines the economic and policy implications of different carbon dioxide (CO2) allowance allocation approaches under the Clean Power Plan’s (CPP) mass-based standard and/or carbon-cutting programs.

Report
Covering New Gas-Fired Combined Cycle Plants under the Clean Power Plan: Implications for Economic Efficiency and Wholesale Electricity Markets
November 16, 2016
Prepared for the Natural Resources Defense Council

The report examines the potential implications for competitive wholesale electricity markets if new gas-fired combined cycle (CC) plants are not covered under the Clean Power Plan’s (CPP) mass-based state implementation plans (SIPs).

News & Events
February 04, 2020
Tony Lee to Discuss Residential EV Rates During SEPA Webinar

Brattle Consultant Tony Lee will participate in a Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) webinar on “Utility Experiences with Residential EV Rates,” on February 4 from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (ET).

October 03, 2019
Brattle Research on National Potential for Load Flexibility Featured in Annual SEPA Demand Response Market Snapshot

A recent Brattle study on the national potential for load flexibility was featured in Smart Electric Power Alliance’s (SEPA’s) 2019 Utility Demand Response Market Snapshot

July 12, 2019
Brattle Economists Author a Report on Load Flexibility for Xcel Energy's Integrated Resource Plan Filing

A recent report authored by The Brattle Group estimates the capability of the cost-effective demand response (DR) available in Xcel Energy’s Northern States Power (NSP) service territory through 2030.

June 27, 2019
Brattle Study: Cost-Effective Load Flexibility Can Reduce Costs by More Than $15 Billion Annually

Brattle economists have released a study that identifies nearly 200 GW of cost-effective load flexibility potential in the U.S. by 2030.

July 18, 2018
Brattle Consultants Win Best Paper Award at Electrify Europe Conference

A paper authored by Brattle consultants has received the “Best Paper Award” at the Electrify Europe conference in Vienna, Austria.

June 18, 2018
Brattle Consultants Author Paper on Electrification and Utility Growth in Europe

Brattle Principal Jurgen Weiss and Research Analysts Maria Castaner and Tony Lee have authored a paper, “Electrification: EU Opportunities for Utility Growth.”

January 04, 2018
Brattle Economists Author Article Discussing the Implications of Autonomous Vehicles for Electric Utilities

Brattle economists have co-authored an article published in The Electricity Journal discussing the implications autonomous vehicles, ride sharing/ride hailing, and electric vehicles (EVs) may have for electric utilities and the utility business model.

August 14, 2017
Brattle Economists: NYISO Carbon Charge Could Help Meet New York Decarbonization Goals More Cost-Effectively

A report authored by Brattle economists and prepared for the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) finds that adding a carbon charge into the wholesale energy market could improve the state’s ability to meet its decarbonization goals cost-effectively. The study reveals that refunding collected carbon revenues back to customers results in minimal impact on customer electricity costs compared to current policies.

November 28, 2016
Report by Brattle Economists Examines Implications of Carbon Allowance Allocation Approaches under Clean Power Plan

A report by Brattle consultants examines the economic and policy implications of different carbon dioxide (CO2) allowance allocation approaches under the Clean Power Plan’s (CPP) mass-based standard and/or carbon-cutting programs.

November 16, 2016
Including New Gas-Fired Combined Cycle Plants in State Clean Power Plan Compliance Could Lower System Costs of Achieving Carbon Reduction Goals, According to Brattle Economists

A report issued by Brattle consultants examines the potential implications for competitive wholesale electricity markets if new gas-fired combined cycle (CC) plants are not covered under the Clean Power Plan’s (CPP) mass-based state implementation plans (SIPs).