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Midatlantic

This region has closely integrated markets, with electricity trade within the region as well as strong interregional market coordination.

With the development of the Marcellus shale gas production area, this region has an abundant gas supply and has become a key gas supply hub for Eastern markets.

A sampling of our project experience across this region is provided below.

Regions:
  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • Delaware
  • Maryland
  • Ohio
  • West Virginia
  • Virginia
  • Kentucky
Wholesale Market Design

Midatlantic , Virginia

SCOPE: Provide a comparative analysis of the capacity and energy market designs in PJM and ISO-NE and evaluate proposed capacity market design in PJM.

Gas Infrastructure Development Plans

Midatlantic , Maryland

SCOPE: Evaluation the strategic infrastructure and development enhancement plans of gas distribution utilities and prepare comments filed with the regulatory commission.

Solar Renewable Energy Credit Procurement

Midatlantic , Delaware

SCOPE: Serve as a member of an independent evaluation team to evaluate a utility’s competitive procurement for long-term solar renewable energy credits.

Procurement of Retail Electric Supply

Northeast , Midatlantic

SCOPE: Provide advice and support for the development of special contracts and tariffs across three service territories.

Energy Infrastructure Economic Impact

Northeast, New England

SCOPE: Conduct research and evaluation of the economic costs of underinvestment in electric and natural gas infrastructure in terms of market, economic, and environmental policy.

Default Service Procurement

Midatlantic , Pennsylvania

SCOPE: Evaluate and provide expert testimony on a utility’s default service program for retail residential customers regarding proposed changes in portfolio design and procurement administration.

Marc D. Montalvo
President, Principal Consultant
"Just a quick note to thank you for your efforts in putting together great testimony on behalf of OHA. Another example of why Daymark is my 'go-to' for consulting."

William L. Humes, Of Counsel
Oklahoma City