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JBS Bibliography
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Listing of Major JBS Reports, Papers, and Publications

Many of these publications are available from JBS Energy upon request

 

  • W. Marcus, G. Ruszovan and J. Nahigian.  Economic and Demographic Factors Affecting California Residential Energy Use.  For The Utility Reform Network (TURN).  September, 2002.
  • W. Marcus. A Blueprint for Renegotiating California’s Worst Energy Contracts.   For six California consumer and environmental groups.  February 2002.
  • W. Marcus and J. Hamrin.  “How We Got Into the California Energy Crisis.”   January, 2001.
  • W. Marcus and G, Ruszovan.  Mid-Atlantic States Cost Curve Analysis.  For the National Association of Energy Service Companies and the Pace Law School Energy Project.  November, 2000.
  • W. Marcus and G, Ruszovan.  Cost Curve Analysis of the California Power Markets.   For The Utility Reform Network.  September, 2000.
  • W. Marcus and G. Schilberg, Restructuring and Stranded Costs: Theory, Practice, and Implications.  For the Attorney General of Arkansas.  September 2000.
  • G. Schilberg, W. Marcus and J. Helmich, “Report on the Gas Regulator Replacement Program of Pacific Gas & Electric Company,” for the Consumer Services Division of the California Public Utilities Commission. April, 2000.
  • W. Marcus and E. Coyle.  “Customer Charges in the Restructured World: Historical, Policy, and Technical Issues,” adapted from a presentation to the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners  Energy Resources and Environment Committee, July 20, 1999.
  • G. Schilberg, “Customer Service Standards and Guarantees: a Nationwide Survey and Comparison to the ScottishPower/Pacificorp Offer.” On behalf of Scottish Power. May, 1999.
  • W. Marcus. “Leveraging Utility Incumbency In Metering And Billing Services Under Retail Competition,” presentation to the National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates, November, 1998.
  • W. Marcus, Economic Report: Estimated costs of Accelerated Repaving Required as a Result of Utility Excavation in San Francisco Streets.  For City and County of San Francisco.  November, 1998.
  • W. Marcus, Review of Performance of Nuclear and Supercritical Coal Plants for Maryland’s Generating Unit Performance Program.  For Maryland Office of People’s Counsel. August, 1998.
  • W. Marcus and J. Hamrin.  A Guide to Stranded Cost Valuation and Calculation Methods.  February, 1997.  Prepared for the City of Philadelphia; revised for Internet dissemination through William Spratley’s LEAP Letter.
  • W. Marcus and G. Schilberg, Renewables as a Market Strategy for Washington Water Power in a Restructured Electric Industry.  For Collaborative of Washington Water Power Co. and Northwest Conservation Act Coalition, and Renewable Northwest Project.  January, 1997.
  • W. Marcus, “Is There Life for Wind Power After Restructuring?” Proceedings of the Canadian Wind Energy Association 1996 Conference.
  • W. Marcus, Review of Performance of Nuclear and Supercritical Coal Plants for Maryland’s Generating Unit Performance Program.  For Maryland Office of People’s Counsel. May, 1996.
  • W. Marcus et al.  Photovoltaic Regulatory and Policy Issues for the Photovoltaic Education Program of the National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates. June, 1996 (first phase June, 1995). (principal author)
  • Evaluation of the Performance of Nuclear and Supercritical Coal Plants for Maryland’s Generation Unit Performance Program, for the Maryland People’s Counsel. May, 1996.
  • Review of Draft Code of Conduct for the Proposed Australian Competitive Electricity Market, for the Australian Department of the Environment, Sport, and Territories, Climate Change Branch,  co-authored with Dr. Jan Hamrin and Carl Weinberg.  January, 1996.
  • Energy Externalities: An Examination of Practices, Results and Implications, for Environment Canada, co-authored with Passmore Associates International, November, 1995.
  • Analysis of Ex Parte Contact Notices Filed at the California Public Utilities Commission, January -July 1995.  For Toward Utility Rate Normalization and Utility Consumers Action Network.  September, 1995.
  • Performance-Based Ratemaking: Principles and Design Issues for the Energy Foundation, principal author with Dian Grueneich. November, 1994.
  • Affected With the Public Interest: Electric Industry Restructuring in an Era of Competition . for the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, co-authored with Dr. Jan Hamrin and Carl Weinberg.  October, 1994.
  • Energy Impact Analyses for the Draft 1994 Air Quality Management Plan for the South Coast Air Quality Management District.  October, 1994.
  • Ratemaking Treatment for DSM Programs in Texas: A Cost Evaluation for Texas Ratepayers’ Organization to Save Energy. August, 1994.
  • State of California’s Major Accounts Database, Version 6.0, Data Management Procedures, for the California Department of General Services, Office of Energy Assessments, October, 1993.
  • Valuing Wind's System Reliability Contribution.”  Proceedings of the Canadian Wind Energy Association 1993 Conference.  September, 1993.
  • Tunisia Wind Project Economic Analysis.  Prepared for U.S. Windpower Inc. and the Societe Tunisienne de l'Electricite et du Gaz.  January, 1992.
  • "A Method for Determining the Value of Externalities."  Proceedings of the International Association of Energy Economists, Ottawa Chapter, Conference on Externalities.  November, 1991.
  • An Evaluation of the Economics of the Rancho Seco Nuclear Reactor .”  Energy, vol. 16 no. 3, 1991 . pp. 685-691.  (P. Craig and W. Marcus)
  • Analysis of Cost-Effective Nitrogen Oxide Control Scenarios on Five Southern California Utilities: Annual and Peak Day Generation. for the South Coast Air Quality Management District.  March, 1991.
  • Complement Technique au Memoire du Grand Conseil des Cris (du Quebec) a la Commission de l’Economie et du Travail de l’Assemblee Nationale Du Quebec, for the Grand Council of the Cree (of Quebec).  May, 1990. (co-author).
  • Northern California Power Markets:  Needs and Values of New Resources in the 1990’s.  Prepared for parties wanting to sell power in Northern California, November, 1989.
  • Demand Side Management Potential of Major State Facilities in the Sacramento Municipal Utility District Service Area.  for the California Department of General Services.  September, 1989. (principal author with five subcontractors).
  • Economic Evaluation of the Quadrex Proposal to Acquire the Rancho Seco Nuclear Plant and Sell Power to the Sacramento Municipal Utility District. For SMUD Director Edward Smeloff.  August, 1989.

 

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