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Client:
State and Territory Air Pollution Program Administrators (STAPPA), Association of Local Air Pollution Control Officials (ALAPCO)
Year:
1999

Synapse worked with MJBradley and Associates for STAPPA and ALAPCO - the two national associations of air pollution control officials in the 55 states and territories and over 165 major metropolitan areas - to develop a comprehensive document on greenhouse gas mitigation options.  Synapse analyzed the cost and emissions reductions from technology options available in the electric generating sector, including combined heat and power production, combined-cycle generation, co-firing and atmospheric fluidized bed combustion, integrated gasification combined cycle, fuel cells, carbon dispatch, and renewables.  Project completed in 1999.

Client:
N/A
Year:
1999

Tim Woolf presented “The Cape Light Compact Energy Efficiency Plan: Overview and Current Status” to the Massachusetts Electric Restructuring Roundtable on June 30, 1999. Synapse designed the first draft of the energy efficiency programs that were provided by the Cape Light Compact, the municipal aggregator on Cape Cod.

Related Publication(s)
The Cape Light Compact Energy Efficiency Plan: Overview and Current Status
Client:
Vermont Department of Taxes
Year:
2003, 1999

Synapse and Resource Insight prepared estimates of the market value of eight hydro-electric generation facilities in Vermont.  These facilities were assessed using the income approach, the replacement cost approach and the comparable sales approach. The income approach relied upon computer simulation modeling of the New England electricity market. Project completed in 1999, with subsequent support following negotiations continuing until May 2003

Client:
Illinois Citizens Utility Board
Year:
1999

Synapse analyzed nuclear decommissioning costs for Commonwealth Edison's Zion nuclear power station and developed recommendations for the regulatory framework for recovering decommissioning costs from customers.  The results were presented in the testimony of Bruce Biewald in Illinois Commerce Commission Docket No. 99-0115. Project completed in 1999.  

Related Publication(s)
Nuclear Power Plant Decommissioning Costs

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