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Least-cost planning in the utility sector, progress and challenges

Goldman, Charles A.

Least-cost planning in the utility sector, progress and challenges

by Goldman, Charles A.

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Published by Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Volumes have different document numbers: vol.1 as LBL 27130 (also has doc.number as ORNL/CON-284) and vol.2 as LBL 27131.

StatementGoldman, Charles.
SeriesORNL/CON -- 284.
ContributionsHirst, Eric., Krause, Florentin.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 vols. $0.00 C.1 $0.00 C.2.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17587642M

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This study reviews recent progress in least-cost planning throughout the US and identifies the need for additional work in relevant areas. Although this study was commissioned by DOE to help develop DOE funding priorities, the recommendations presented here go far beyond what DOE's budget can afford.

LEAST-COST PLANNING IN THE UTILITY SECTOR: PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES CHARLES GOLDMAN, ERIC HIRST, FLORENTIN KRAUSE Editors Karen Anderson, Linda Berry, Joseph Eto, Howard Geller, Charles Goldman, Jeffrey Harris, Eric Hirst, Florentin Krause, Mark Levine, Alan Meier, Arthur Rosenfeld, Carol Sabo, Edward Vine, Stephen Wiel, Cheryl Wodley Contributors.

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The utility has at least three strong arguments to counter any challenges and support its position. Least-cost electric utility planning by Harry G. Stoll,Wiley edition, in English/5(2). Least-cost planning methodology (LCPM), also referred to as "least-cost planning" (LCP) is a relatively new technique used by economists for making rational decisions about investments in transport and other urban infrastructure projects.

It is based on cost–benefit r, it is more comprehensive in that it looks at not only the total costs and total benefits for an individual. Eric Hirst's research works with 1, citations and 2, reads, including: Least Cost Planning lbnl Northwest Power Planning Council“The Role of Conservation in Least Cost Planning”, Northwest Power Planning Council, Portland, USA, June Google Scholar Ruff, L.,“The Basic Economics of Utility Least-Cost Planning and Demand-Side Cited by: 5.

The Least-Cost Utility Planning Program (LCUP) of the US Department of Energy (DOE) was created at the direction of Congress in The purpose of the program is to provide utility planners and regulators with data, analysis and evaluation tools that can assist with the selection of supply and demand options that deliver high-quality, low-cost energy services to customers.

least-cost utility planning and demand-side management. This introduction describes the organization and methodology of the bibliography.

To aid the user who may be unfamiliar with this field, these remarks also survey the factual back-ground underlying the issues in each subsection of the bibliog.

Wiel, S. (), “Increasing the Profitability of Demand-Side Investments for Utilites”, in Krause et al(), “Least Cost Planning in the Utility Sector: Progress and Challenges”, draft LBL report, Dec. 2, forthcoming Google ScholarAuthor: Florentin Krause, Jospeh Eto. Least-cost planning (LCP) is a process of examining all electricity-saving and electricity-producing options to select a mixt ure of options that minimizes to tal consumer cost, often including consideration of environmental concerns and other responsibilities.

Standing between LCP the idea, and LCP the practical reality, is the fact that the. • Chosen by the sector working group as a better approach than traditional master planning – visually appealing, clear criteria, comprehensive and analytically sound rapid planning platform; proven process for rallying diverse stakeholders’ buy-in itno the national program for energizing Size: 1MB.

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It was designed to be an introduction for the newly appointed. Sometimes called “Integrated Resource Planning” or “Least-Cost Planning,” this new approach focused attention on previously overlooked utility resources like independent power generation and energy efficiency (Krause and Eto, ).

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