Electricity delivery infrastructure is critical for ensuring reliable electricity service to homes and businesses. Planning and operating this infrastructure is complicated by a variety of technical and institutional factors. This topic of research is focused on the review and analysis of topical issues affecting transmission planning, such as congestion cost measurement practices, transmission benefits that are not or are difficult to capture in traditional cost-benefit analysis, and assessments of the benefits of ISO/RTO formation.
"Congestion Measures for Organized Markets in the U.S." IEEE 47th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science (HICSS). Waikoloa, HI: IEEE, 2014. LBNL-6539E. .
"Computational Needs for the Next Generation Electric Grid Proceedings." 2011: 376. LBNL-5105E. .
Berkeley: LBNL, 2009.
Transmission Benefit Quantification, Cost Allocation and Cost Recovery. Berkeley: LBNL, 2009. .
Berkeley: U.S Department of Energy, 2006.
Transmission-Planning Research and Development Scoping Project. 2004. LBNL-55487. .
"When a Rose Is Not a Rose: A Review of Recent Estimates of Congestion Costs." The Electricity Journal 17.4 (2004). LBNL-52739. .
A Survey of National Transmission Grid Modeling Capabilities at DOE Laboratories. Sandia National Laboratoies, 2003. .
Electricity Transmission Congestion Costs: A Review of Recent Reports. Berkeley: LBNL, 2003. LBNL-45049. .