For a major utility in the U.S., was the lead economist in a study measuring the marginal costs of utility smart grids and smart grid-enabled services. Smart grids are being used as an input by the utility and third-parties to provide competitive smart-grid enabled services, such as smart streetlights, smart meters, and other smart city services. Addressed issues such as efficient input pricing, price floor, cross-subsidization, imputation/price squeeze, and common cost allocation.

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