Book chapters & reports

A comparison of market structure and regulation between US and European utility markets, (with Wolfgang Pfaffenberger), forthcoming in Handbook Utility Management, A. Bausch & B. Schwenker (Eds.), Berlin, Springer, 2009

What is the ‘right’ price for electricity in Ontario? Published in Current Affairs – Perspectives on Electricity Policy for Ontario, edited by Doug Reeve, Donald N. Dewees, and Bryan W. Karney, University of Toronto Press, 2009

What’s driving the demand for forecasting? Chapter in Risk and Flexibility in Electricity, published by Risk Publications, London UK, October 2003

The Evolving Role of Power Marketers in the Restructured Electricity Markets, prepared for the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), July 1998

Information Systems Requirements for Retail Access: Business Foundation, prepared for the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), June 1997

The Restructuring of the U.S. Electric Power Industry: From Trickle to Flood, in Utility Regulation 1997, published by Privatization International, Centre for the Study of Regulated Industries, London, U.K., 1997

The Rise and Fall of DSM in the USA: Why Did It Sizzle & How Did It Fizzle? Lessons & Policy Implications From the U.S. Experience, EEnergy Informer Publications, June 1996

The Pros and Cons of Learning by Doing: The California Utilities’ Experience in Energy Efficiency and Renewables, in Sustainable Development and the Energy Industries, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, U.K., 1994

Pricing & Marketing Electricity: New Directions in Power Supply, published by the Economist Intelligence Unit, January 1990, London, U.K.

An Energy Efficiency Blueprint for Tasmania, prepared for the Minister of Resources and Energy, Tasmania, Australia, October 1990

Role of the U.S. Utility Industry in the Commercialization of Renewable Energy Technologies for Power Generation, Annual Review of Energy, 1990