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Dr. C.K. Woo

Dr. C.K. Woo, Senior Partner +  Dr. Woo specializes in public utility economics, applied microeconomics, and applied finance. With over 30 years of experience in the electricity industry, he has testified and prepared expert testimony for use in regulatory and legal proceedings in California, British Columbia and Ontario. He has also filed declaration for and testified in arbitration in connection to contract dispute. Dr. Woo's current research includes electricity deregulation, procurement, risk management, demand response and rationing, avoided cost estimation, integrated resource planning, value of service reliability, and transmission pricing.

Dr. Woo has published over 100 refereed articles on electricity deregulation, procurement, risk management, pricing, rationing, integrated resource planning, value of service reliability, applied microeconomics, and applied finance. These articles appear in such scholarly journals as Energy Policy, Energy Law Journal, The Energy Journal, Energy, Electricity Journal, Resource and Energy Economics, Energy Economics, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, Water Resources Research, Managerial and Decision Economics, OMEGA, Journal of Regulatory Economics, Journal of Public Economics, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Economic Psychology, Economics Letters, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, and Pacific Basin Finance Journal.

Recognized by Who's Who in America, Who's Who in Finance and Business, and Who's Who in Science and Engineering, Dr. Woo is a senior fellow of the United States Association for Energy Economics for distinguished service in the field of energy economics; an editorial board member of Energy and their guest editor of a 2006 special issue on electricity market reform and deregulation and a 2010 special issue on demand response resources; an editorial board member of The Energy Journal and has served as their guest editor of a 1988 special issue on electricity reliability; and an editorial board member of Energy Policy and their guest editor of a 2011 special issue on renewable energy. Dr. Woo received a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California at Davis.

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