The NorthBridge Group's staff has published
a number of reports and articles in their fields of expertise.
Designing Successful Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Policies: A Primer for Policymakers – The Perfect or the Good? | February 2019
Bruce Phillips, John Reilly
Fully Decarbonizing the New England Electric System: Implications for New Reservoir Hydro | February 2019
Economic Equilibrium and Reliability in ERCOT | December 2017
David Coleman, Aaron Patterson
Adjusting_Mass-Based_CO2_Goals_for_Load_Growth_Under_the_CPP | May 14, 2015.
Translating Emission Rate Goals to Mass Goals Under the Clean Power Plan | December 1, 2014. Bruce Phillips and Iain Kaplan. Click here for accompanying spreadsheet.
Alternative Approaches for Regulating Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Existing Power Plants under the Clean Air Act: Practical Pathways to Meaningful Reductions | February 27, 2014. Bruce Phillips
Negative Electricity Prices and the Production Tax Credit | Why wind producers can pay us to take their power – and why that is a bad thing; September 14, 2012. Frank Huntowski, Aaron Patterson, and Michael Schnitzer
Strategic Implication of Commodity Risk, Optimizing Business Strategy in Light
of the Commodity Risk Faced by Electric and Natural Gas Companies; January 2012. David Coleman.
Embrace Electric Competition Or Its Déjà Vu All Over Again; October 2008. Frank Huntowski, Neil Fisher, and Aaron Patterson.
Technical reports and book chapters written for
the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) include:
Volatility and Variance: Understanding
Uncertainty of Energy Commodity Spot and
Forward Prices; EPRI, Palo Alto, CA:
2006. Thomas Parkinson
Item No. TR-1012473
Static Equilibrium: Forecasting Long-Term
Energy Prices; EPRI, Palo Alto, CA: 2005.
Item No. TR-1010688
Investment/Retirement Dynamics: The Rise
and Fall of the Forward Curve; EPRI,
Palo Alto, CA: 2002. Thomas Parkinson
Item No. TR-1001559
Representing Load Uncertainty: Stochastic Process Models and
Examples; EPRI, Palo Alto, CA: 2002. Thomas Parkinson
Using Option Valuation Theory to Analyze
Generation Plant Investment and Retirement
Decisions; EPRI, Palo Alto, CA: 1996.
Thomas Parkinson and Frank Huntowski
Item No. TR-107635
Forward Price Forecasting for Power Market
Valuation; EPRI, Palo Alto, CA: 1998.
Item No. TR-111860
Uncertainty Representation: Estimating
Process Parameters for Forward Price Forecasting; EPRI, Palo Alto, CA: 1999. Erin O'Neill and
Item No. TR-114201
The Market Price of Risk: Implications
for Electricity Price Forecasting, Asset
Valuation and Portfolio Risk Management;
EPRI, Palo Alto, CA: 2000. Thomas Parkinson
Item No. TR-1000637
Long-Term Volatility of Net Revenues:
Implications for Generator Profitability
and Value; EPRI, Palo Alto, CA: 2003.
Item No. TR-100220
To order any of these EPRI Publications, contact:
The EPRI Distribution Center
207 Coggins Drive
P.O. Box 23205
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
Making Bilateral Competition Work, in
Michael Einhorn and Riaz Siddiqi, eds., ELECTRICITY
TRANSMISSION PRICING AND TECHNOLOGY, Norwell,
MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1996.
Market Price Risks of Merchant Generation,THE
ELECTRICITY JOURNAL, Seattle, WA: Volume 17,
Issue 4, pp. 33-48, May 2004. Thomas Parkinson.
Making Bilateral Competition Work, chapter
5 of Electricity Transmission Pricing and
Technology, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell,
Massachusetts: 1996. Thomas Parkinson
Aligning Retail Rates with Market Prices,
THE ELECTRICITY JOURNAL, Seattle, WA: Volume
10, Number 5, 1997. Bruce Phillips and Neil Fisher.
Whitepaper critique for Entergy:
Truth In Advertising: A Realistic Analysis
of the CSEF Report on Retail Competition
in the Electric Industry, November 1996.
David Lifland, Michael Schnitzer, and John