The Southeast Atlantic electric system is served by a number of vertically integrated private and publicly owned utilities coordinating on regional reliability through bilateral market mechanisms.

Natural gas demand is growing in the region, with a shift from coal to gas electric production. Expanding pipeline capacity is expanding capacity to tap shale gas supplies from neighboring regions.

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

  • Tennessee
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • Mississippi
  • Alabama
  • Georgia
  • Florida
Transmission Developer Qualification

Southeast , Florida

SCOPE: Evaluate qualification applications from competitive transmission developers for compliance with established reliability coordinator requirements.

Grid Scale Solar Economic Evaluation

Southeast , Georgia

SCOPE: Evaluate and prepare a report on utility’s plans for four solar projects (136 MW) for cost effectiveness and the project agreements for cost risks.

Utility Merger Evaluation

Southeast , North Carolina, South Carolina

SCOPE: Evaluate and provide expert testimony regarding the ratepayer benefits and implications for renewable energy policy associated with a proposed utility merger.

Renewables Policy Options

Southeast , North Carolina

SCOPE: Lead a stakeholder process and conduct analysis and report assessing policy options to advance renewable energy, energy efficiency, climate change, and economic development goals.

Dispatch and Emissions Model


SCOPE: Develop a model of the regional power system dispatch to demonstrate the ability to evaluate production cost and emissions using publicly sourced data.

Jobs Impact of Renewables

Southeast , North Carolina

SCOPE: Conduct a regional economic analysis of state renewable energy policy to assess its impact on employment levels in the state.

Marc D. Montalvo
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