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Energy and Power

The energy industry is changing more rapidly than it has in many decades with the advent of new energy technologies and the start of our transition to a more sustainable World.  Analytica is playing an important role in evaluating these technologies and policies comprehensively -- in terms of economics, environment, and energy security.  With these changes come inevitable uncertainties in energy prices, technology costs, demand, and environmental impacts. Energy analysts are using Analytica's integrated tools for uncertainty to help them quantify and manage these risks. Analytica is being used across the entire spectrum of energy, from power companies, oil & gas companies, small and large energy consultants, to universities, NGOs, and government.

The future of coal in South Africa

Is there a future for the South African coal industry in a low carbon world? The Greenhouse consulting firm helped develop a South... »more

Savings from shifting electricity load to off-peak

Energy storage technologies, including batteries and thermal cooling, shift electrical power loads to off-peak times. This reduces the cost of power and the need for... »more A Hub for Energy Numbers

In the ever-changing world of advanced energy technology, intelligent decisions require high-quality projections of technology costs, efficiencies, and more. is an open online... »more

Bechtel SAIC

Bechtel SAIC selected Analytica after comparing 12 software tools to evaluate the lifecycle costs and revenues for the proposed repository for high-level radioactive waste at... »more

Optimizing pricing for natural gas distribution

BG Group (formerly British Gas) uses an Analytica model to optimize pricing for natural gas, subject to public regulators. Leading gas distributors in Brazil... »more

From controversy to consensus: Decommissioning California’s offshore oil platforms

Should the 27 defunct oil platforms off the coast of California be dismantled? Or convert to artificial reefs for marine ecosystems?  »more
Solar Panel

Helping Tucson Electric Power meet Renewable Portfolio Standards

Navigant Consulting created RE-Sim™ to help Tucson Electric Power develop plams to meet Arizona's Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS). »more

Relocatable Classroom

Stanford University's Center for Integrated Facility Engineering (CIFE) is a leading research center for virtual design for architecture, engineering, and construction. Caroline Clevenger, a... »more

Electrical Energy Storage Valuation Tool

Lumina assisted E3 Consulting to build a tool for EPRI member utilities evaluate the costs and benefits of a wide range of storage technologies, including... »more

RFF Haiku

Resources for the Future developed Haikuas a model the US electrical power market to evaluate the economic and environmental effects of environmental regulations... »more
UCSD Microgrid

A Campus Microgrid with CHP

Optimizing design and operation of UCSD's microgrid with CHP to add more photovoltaics and support the utility grid. »more
Also See
British Petroleum
EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute)
Hydro Quebec
NREL (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
PG&E (Pacific Gas & Electric Company)
UCSD (University of California, San Diego)
CPUC (California Public Utilities Commission)
CNRA (California Natural Resources Agency)
Cal OST (California Ocean Sciences Trust)