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Competitive wholesale electricity markets constantly evolve. As a result, it is necessary for market operators and market participants to understand how changes to the rules governing those markets will affect those markets and market participants. Given the complexities of these markets and the interactions among them, it is essential to apply a solid analytical framework when assessing the likely impact of a proposed rule change. But analytical capabilities alone do not suffice; insight is also necessary in order to understand which actions to take as a result of that analysis.
Atlantic Economics provdes both analytical expertise and insight. Mike Cadwalader, the president of Atlantic Economics, applies economic analysis to assist clients who operate competitive wholesale electricity markets, or who participate in those markets. In the 1990s, he participated in restructuring efforts in electricity markets throughout North America. In the years since those restructured markets first opened, he has continued to participate in their development as those markets grow more sophisticated.
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