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Modeling Results can be downloaded from Phase II Documents.

Meeting Summaries

2012 - Phase II

Technical Advisor

Stan Hadley, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Modeling Work Group

Purpose of Work Group (WG)

  • Develop a better understanding of the capabilities, inputs, assumptions, and outputs of the CRA MRN/NEEM (Macroeconomic) model that will be used to evaluate the 8 Macroeconomic Futures and Sensitivities and the GE MAPS (production cost) model that will be used to analyze the Roll-Up Plan and the final 3 Transmission Build-Out Scenarios.
    • ​Identify concerns or issues, seek answers, make recommendations and report to EIPC Stakeholder Steering Committee (SSC) regarding the MRN/NEEM and GE MAPS modeling to be performed.
  • ​Identify with CRA the matrix of specific required inputs for MRN/NEEM to be provided by SSC and advise the SSC and Scenario Planning Work Group (SPWG) on model inputs, outputs, process, and limitations to assist them in the development of the 9 Macroeconomic Futures.
    • ​Coordinate wit the Roll-Up Work Group (RUWG) to identify and issues that could impact model inputs, assumptions, modeling, or results.
  • ​​In coordination with and within ghte parameters set by the SPWG, make recommendations to the SSC on the blues for the inputs and assumptions to be used for modeling the 8 Macroeconomic Futures.
    • ​Identify as appropriate data or analyses needs
    • Work with resources (E.g. DOE / National Laboratories
    • Collaborate with CRA to ensure model consistency
  • ​​Review outputs and results of MRN/NEEM and GE MAPS modeling and provide a report on the interpretations to SSC.

NOTE:  The final version of the Scenario Solutions (including additional from Tasks 7&8) has been posted on the Modeling Results page.

Work Group Official Sector Representatives

(* inidcates SSC Member)

End Users

Ryan Kind, MO Office of the Public Council *

Erin Hogan, NYSERDA

Brenda Harris, Occidental Energy *

Transmission Owners & Developers

Tyler Ruthven, National Grid

Allen Myers, ITC - Great Plains

Dennis Chastain, TVA

Generation Owners & Developers

Steve Gaw, Wind Coalition *

Michael Goggin, AWEA​​

Mark Volpe, Dynegy

Other Suppliers

Dennis Sobieski, Hess *

Doug Hurley​, Synapse Energy

Public Power - TDUs

Paul McCurley, NRECA

Maryam Sharif, NYPA *

Canada

Rob Sinclair, Ontario Ministry of Energy & Infrastructure

States (EISPC)

Jon McKinney, Public Service Commission of West Virginia *

Doug Gotham, State Utility Forecasting Group

Hisham Chouelki, Public Utilities Commission of Ohio

NGOs

Will Burns, Burns Law, ECC

Samir Succar, NRDC

Matt Schuerger, Energy Systems Consulting Services

Ex Officio

Joe Bryson, U.S. EPA *

David Meyer, U.S. DOE *

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