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Our Projects_ 

 RENEWABLE ENERGY & SUSTAINABILITY 

Private Client

Technical Advisor on rate and regulatory, project structure, and financial forecasting matters in development of sustainable, resilient, off-grid net-zero-carbon residential multi-family project.

City of Stillwater, Oklahoma

Technical Advisor to the City of Stillwater Oklahoma’s Renewable Energy Task Force in creation of 2022 Energy Action Plan.

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Stillwater Utilities Authority, Oklahoma

Led Stakeholder Outreach and rate design efforts for Distributed Generation Tariff (2020) redesign.

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City of Henderson, Nevada

Technical Advisor to City of Henderson, NV for Strategic Energy Plan development, assessment of municipalization, and negotiations with NV Energy for renewable development.

Tribal Clients

Technical Advisor in feasibility studies, forecasts, and negotiation support in establishing Tribal Utilities and renewable generation development, including analysis of exit fees for leaving incumbent provider’s system.

Xcel Energy

Independent Auditor for Xcel Energy’s 2014 MN solar procurement that resulted in 187 MW of utility-scale solar from 3 projects and 2013 MN wind procurement of 750 MW from 4 projects.

U.S. Department of Energy

Technical lead to design transmission and ancillary services rates and services for the Power Marketing Administrators as part of DOE’s Defining the Future Grid Initiative. Efforts included facilitated stakeholder workshops, advising the Joint Outreach Team (JOT) and reporting to Secretary Chu on the IRP process of the Western Area Power Administration—including auditing 104 finance reports and 102 Integrated Resource Plans.

City of San Diego, California

Technical Lead for Financial Analysis for the City of San Diego Community Choice Aggregation Feasibility Study.

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County of Santa Barbara, California

Technical Lead for Financial Analysis for the Central Coast Power Community Choice Aggregation Feasibility Study for the Counties of Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Ventura.

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Xcel Energy

Independent Auditor for Xcel Energy’s 2014 MN solar procurement that resulted in 187 MW of utility-scale solar from 3 projects and 2013 MN wind procurement of 750 MW from 4 projects.

Incorporated County of Los Alamos, New Mexico

Led the 2014 Electric Utility Cost of Service and Rate Study. Efforts included developing a Power Cost Adjustment Charge (PCA), distributed solar wires charges, and remote off-system load rate riders. In addition, a capital programming plan was established to accommodate an aggressive infrastructure refurbishment effort.

City of College Station, Texas

Led the 2018 Electric Distribution Cost of Service and Rate Study. and 2019 Fanacial Forecating Study. Efforts included developing a PCA mechanism, evaluating wind tariffs, and creating a dynamic financial plan that evaluated alternative debt and rate scenarios in light of targeted financial metrics and industry standards.

Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia

Authored whitepaper on the potential impact of Distributed Energy Resource penetration on Participant revenue sufficiency and cost recovery.

Guam Power Authority (GPA), Guam

Developed cost recovery rate mechanism recommendations for GPA’s Demand-Side Management (DSM) and Energy Efficiency (EE) Program Cost Recovery. Recommendations and supporting analyses were submitted to the public service commission in December 2014. 

Virgin Islands Water and Power Authority

Performed a Self-Insurance Reserve Fund Study. Efforts included developing fund sizing, balance and administration recommendations; analyzing pre and post-storm fund performance; and evaluating trends in disaster recovery funding and catastrophic risk pooling post Hurricanes Sandy and Irene and in light of the Obama Administration’s 2014 Climate Action Plan.

Guam Power Authority (GPA), Guam

Developed protocols for GPA’s self-insurance program for the Phase II Filing of its FY 2014 rate case. Efforts included surveying existing programs, analyzing storm fund performance, and evaluating trends in disaster recovery funding and catastrophic risk pooling.

City of Los Angeles, California

Directed $1.2 million AB 939 Solid Waste Generation Study in support of recycling and diversion goals. 

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