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Section XII. Economic Studies & Alternative Energy Sources

 

XII. ECONOMIC STUDIES & ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES

1. John J. Boland, John C. Ceyer, and Steve H. Hanke, Economic Considerations in Power Plant Siting in the Chesapeake Bay Regions: Phase Two Report, Dept. of Geography and Environmental Engr., The Johns Hopkins Univ., PPRP-2, July 1974

2. T.D. Burnett (PPSP), C.R. Neilsen, and R.H. Landsay (USNA), Electrical Energy Demand and the Weather, Power Plant Siting Program and United States Naval Academy, PPSP-75-1, September 1975

3. Evaluation of Power Plant Externalities: A Land Value Approach, Final Report, Jack Faucett Associates, Inc., Chevy Chase, Maryland, PPRP-14, January 1976
NTIS No. PB81-203754

4. Feasibility Study of a Fuel Switching Strategy for Maryland Power Plants, Trident Engr. Associates, Inc., PPRP-18 (2 Volumes), December 1976:
Volume 1, Report
Volume 2, Appendices

5. Projected Electric Power Demands for the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company, J.W. Wilson and Assoc., Inc., PPES-1, 1979
NTIS No. PB80-158835

6. Robert P. Kennel, Charles W. Vail, and James R. Bauer, Wood Energy Resources on the Delmarva Peninsula, Ultrasystems, Inc., PPSP-AE-1, January 1979

7. Feasibility of Wood-Fired Steam Plant at the Eastern Shore State Hospital Center - Cambridge, Maryland, Henningson, Durham & Richardson, PPSP-AE-2, February 1979

8. Feasibility of Co-Firing a 500 Megawatt Coal-Fired Power Plant with Wood Chips, Henningson, Durham & Richardson, PPSP-AE-3, Februray 1979

9. Stanford L. Levin (SIU), Lester D. Taylor (UA), and John T. Wenders (UA), The Impact of Marginal Cost Electricity Pricing in the State of Maryland, Data Resources Inc., Washington, D.C., PPRP-33, February 1979
NTIS No. PB-297222

10. John J. Boland, Economic Considerations in Power Plant Siting in the Chesapeake Bay Region, Dept. of Geography and Environmental Engr., The Johns Hopkins Univ., PPRP-31 (2 Volumes), June 1979:
Volume 1, Main Report
Volume 2, Appendices

11. Avi Bar-Cohen, Michael O'Hare, and Edward Allen, Tests for Thermal Efficiency of Dwellings, Laboratory for Architecture and Planning, Mass. Inst. of Technology, PPRP-38, December 1979
NTIS No. PB81-105736

12. Matthew Kahal and Ralph Miller, Projected Electric Power Demands for the Allegheny Power System, J.W. Wilson and Assoc., Inc., PPES-2, January 1980
NTIS No. PB81-188122

13. Matthew Kahal and Ralph Miller, An Econometric Forecast of Electric Energy and Peak Demand on the Delmarva Peninsula, J.W. Wilson and Assoc., Inc., PPES-3, March 1980
NTIS No. PB81-194409

14. Daryl Tomkins, Wind Energy in Maryland, PPRP-41, July 1980
NTIS No. PB81-19993

15. Ralph E. Miller, Electric Generation Capacity Planning for the Delmarva Power and Light Company: Analysis of the Proposed Vienna Unit No. 9, Exeter Associates, Bethesda, PPES-4, February 1981 (revised April 1981)
NTIS No. PB81-193138

16. Stanford L. Levin (SIU),1 Lester D. Taylor (UA),2 John T. Wenders (UA), Predicting the Impact of Time-of-Day Electricity Pricing in the State of Maryland, Data Resources, Inc., Washington, D.C., PPRP-52, February 1982
1Southern Illinois University, 2University of Arizona
NTIS No. PB82-189325

17. Ken M. Lomax and Robert J. Gray, Substituting Power Plant Waste Heat for On-Farm Heat Requirements, College of Agricultural Sciences, Univ. of Delaware, PPRP-64, March 1982
NTIS No. PB82-229741

18. Matthew Kahal, Projected Electric Power Demands for the Allegheny Power System, Exeter Associates, Inc., Bethesda, Maryland, and Maryland Department of State Planning, PPES-2-82, April 1982
NTIS No. PB82-262809

19. Long Range Plan Report of Energy, Peak Demand, and Generation Capacity Expansion of the Maryland Utilities, 1982-1991, Maryland Power Plant Siting Program and Maryland Department of State Planning, PPES-5-82, June 1982
NTIS No. PB83-150896

20. The Economic Feasibility of Alternative Utility Sponsored Weatherization Programs in Maryland, The Urban Institute, PPES-6 (2 Volumes):
Volume 1, Robert Dubinsky and Richard D. Morganstern, The Case of the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company, August 1982
NTIS No. PB83-162396
Volume 2, Robert Dubinsky and Thomas Thibodeau, Phase II Summary Reports, December 1982
NTIS No. PB83-177683

21. Residential Conservation Service Plan, Public Service Commission and The Maryland Energy Administration, PPES-83-1, January 1, 1983
NTIS No. PB8-154534

22. RIFLE - Regional Impact of Facility Location on the Environment-User's Guide, Maryland Economic, Fiscal and Social Impact Assessment Model, Urban Systems Research & Engineering, Cambridge, Mass., PPES-83-3, (2 Volumes), February 1983:
Volume 1, Models 1-7; NTIS No. PB84-113836
Volume 2, Models 8-10; NTIS No. PB84-113844

23. Robert Dubinsky and Thomas Thibodeau, The Economic Feasibility of Alternative Utility-Sponsored Weatherization Programs in Maryland-Phase II Final Report, The Urban Institute, PPES-83-2, May 1983
NTIS No. PB83-219618

24. Matthew I. Kahal, ed., Proceedings of the Maryland Conference on Electric Utility Load Forecasting, Maryland Power Plant Siting Program, PPES-83-4, October 1983
NTIS No. PB84-155720

25. Wind Energy Assessment for Western Maryland, Simpson Weather Associates, Inc, Charlottesville, VA, PPRP-86, January 1984
NTIS No. PB84-l84613

26. Long-Range Forecast and Plan Report for the Maryland Electric Utilities, l983-l993, Exeter Associates and Maryland Department of State Planning, PPES-84-1, February l984
NTIS No. PB84-226026

27. Projected Electric Power Demands for the Potomac Electric Power Company, Exeter Associates, Inc, PPES-84-2 (3 Volumes), March l984:

Volume l, Steven Estomin and Matthew Kahal, Main Report, NTIS No. PB84-213297
Volume 2, Steven Estomin, Documentation Manual, NTIS No PB84-213305
Volume 3, Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates, A Forecasting Model of the PEPCO Service Area Territory, NTIS No. PB84-213313

28. Jan Paul Acton and Rolla Edward Park, Projecting Response to Time-of-Day Electricity Rates, Rand Corp., PPRP-96, December 1984
NTIS No. PB85-185601/AS

29. Steven L. Estomin, Matthew I. Kahal, and Marie Schauer, A Long Range Forecast of Power Demands on the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company System, Exeter Associates PPES-85-1 (2 Volumes), September 1985:
Volume 1, Text; NTIS No. PB86-168382/AS
Volume 2, Documentation Manual; NTIS No. PB86-168390/AS

30. Steven L. Estomin and Matthew I. Kahal, Updated Load Forecast of Energy and Peak Demand on the Delmarva Peninsula, Exeter Associates, PPES-86-2, February 1986
NTIS No. PB86-226826/AS

31. Kenneth A. Jensen, Michael J. Doane, and Raymond S. Hartman, Study of Long Range Electrical Demand Planning in Maryland, Arthur D. Little, Inc., PPES-87-1, January 1987
NTIS No. PB88-101118/AS

32. Marilyn Harrington and Marie M. Schauer, Documentation and User's Manual for the Utility Cost Analysis Model, Exeter Associates, Inc., PPES-87-2, February 1987
NTIS No. PB87-182283/AS

33. Matthew I. Kahal, Electric Power Resource Planning for Potomac Electric Power Company, Exeter Associates, Inc., PPES-88-1, July 1988
NTIS No. PB89-121834/AS

34. Steven L. Estomin and Walter Asmuth, III, Forecasted Electric Power Demands for the Potomac Electric Power Company, Documentation Manual, Volumes I and II, Exeter Associates, Inc., PPES-88-2, July 1988
NTIS No. PB89-121800/AS

35. Craig McDonald, Matthew Rose, Jayant Sinha, Ginny Kreitler, Mary Dee, Rich Albert, and Mike Koved, Costs and Benefits of Demand-Side Management Options for the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company, Synergic Resources Corporation and Lotus Consulting, PPES-88-3, August 1988
Volume I: Technical Report
Volume II: Appendices
NTIS No. PB89-132583/AS

36. Peter Hall, Maryland Impact Modelling System User Guide, Washington, D.C., PPER-89-1, April 1989
NTIS NO. PB89-195168/AS

37. Douglas W. Caves, Laurence D. Kirsch, and Thomas W. Redd, The Feasibility of Conducting an Electricity Real-Time Pricing Experiment in Maryland, Laurits R. Christensen Assoc., Inc., and Electrotek Concepts, Inc., PPES-89-2, May 1989
NTIS No. PB89-219604/AS

38. Steven L. Estomin and John E. Beach, Forecasted Electric Power Demands for the Delmarva Power and Light Company, Exeter Asociates, PPES-90-1, October 1990
Volume 1: Technical Report
Volume II: Documentation Manual
NTIS No. PB92-117662

39. Steven L. Estomin, John E. Beach and John V. Goldsmith, Forecasted Electric Power Demands for the Baltimore Gas and Electric Company, Exeter Associates, PPES-91-1, May 1991
Volume 1: Technical Report
Volume II: Documentation Manual
NTIS No. PB92-117654

40. Matthew I. Kahal and Martin S. Fullenbaum, Resource Planning and Competitive Bidding for Delmarva Power & Light Company, Exeter Associates, PPES-92-1, October 1990
NTIS No. PB93-156412

41. Matthew I. Kahal and Martin S. Fullenbaum, An Economic and Need for Power Evaluation of Baltimore Gas and Electric Company's Perryman Plant, Exeter Associates, PPES-92-2, May 1991
NTIS No. PB93-156420

42. Steven L. Estomin and John E. Beach, Forecasted Energy Sales and Peak Demands for the Potomac Electric Power Company, Volume 1, and Volume II: Doumentation Manual, Exeter Associates, PPES-92-3, May 1992

43. The Potential for Cogeneration in Maryland Summary, Volume 1; The Potential for Small-Scale Cogeneration in Maryland, Volume II; and The Potential for Large-scale Commercial and Industrial Cogeneration in Maryland, Volume III, Energetics, Inc., and RCG/Hagler, Bailly, Inc., PPES-93-1, March 1993

  • Volume I: (4.4 MB) NTIS No. PB94-134095
  • Volume II: (8.8 MB) NTIS No. PB94-134103
  • Volume III: (5.2 MB)NTIS No. PB94-134111
  • 44. Karen Palmer, Alan Krupnick, Hadi Dowlatabadi and Stuart Siegel, Social Costing of Electricity in Maryland: Implications for Electricity Supply, Energy Demand and Air Emissions, Resources for the Future, PPES-94-1, September 1994
    NTIS No. PB95-166229

    45. Steve Estomin, Pamela Sowar, Daphne Psacharopoulos and James Stafford, Forescasted Energy Sales and Peak Damands for the Allegheny Power System, Volume I, Documentation Manual, Volume II, Exeter Associates, Inc., PPES-95-1, January 1996

    46. Steven Estomin, Gary Walters, Arbind Prasad, and Julie Ross, The Engineering and Economic Feasibility of Using Poultry Litter as a Fuel to Generate Electric Power at Maryland's Eastern Correctional Institute , Exeter Associates, Inc., PPES-96-1, February 1998
    NTIS No. PB98-133465

    47. Eastern Correctional Institution Cogeneration Facility Full-Scale Poultry Litter Test Burn, Environmental Resources Management, Inc., and McBurney Corporation, PPES-00-1, July 2000

    48. Comprehensive Engineering and Socioeconomic Assessment of Using Poultry Litter as a Primary Fuel at the Eastern Correctional Institution Cogeneration Facililty, Environmental Resources Management, Exeter Associates, Inc., and McBurney Corporation, Environmental Resources Management, Exeter Associates, Inc., and McBurney Corporation, PPES-00-2, October 2000

    49. Benjamin F. Hobbs, Javier Iñón and Matthew Kahal, A Review of Issues Concerning Electric Power Capacity Markets, The Johns Hopkins University and Exeter Associates, Inc., PPES-02-1, July 2002
    NTIS No. PB2002-108722

    50. Karen Palmer, Dallas Burtraw, Ranjit Bharvirkar, and Anthony Paul, Electricity Restructuring, Environmental Policy and Emissions: Insights From a Modeling Analysis, Resources for the Future, PPES-02-2, February 2002
    NTIS NO.PB2003-104571

  • Cover Pages (154 KB)
  • Report (1.3 KB)
  • 51. Steven Estomin, Emma L. Nicholson, and Michael Lee, Forecasted Electric Energy Consumption and Peak Demands for Maryland, Exeter Associates, Inc., PPES-03-1, June 2003
    NTIS No. PB2003-106569

    52. Jim McVeigh, Joseph Cohen, Kevin Porter, Christina Mudd, Kevin Porter and Michael Lee, Inventory of Renewable Energy Resources Eligible for the Maryland Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard, Princeton Energy Resources International, LLC and Exeter Associates, Inc., PPES-06-01, March 2006
    NTIS No. PB2006-110517

    53. Steven Estomin, Christina Mudd, and Michael Lee, The Potential for Biomass Cofiring in Maryland, Princeton Energy Resources International, LLC and Exeter Associates, Inc., PPES-06-02, March 2006
    NTIS No. PB2006-105820

    54. Steven Estomin, Christina Mudd, and Michael Lee, Inventory and Analysis of Combined Heat and Power Systems in Maryland, Princeton Energy Resources International, LLC and Exeter Associates, Inc., PPES-06-03, March 2006
    NTIS No. PB2006-109185

    55. Steven Estomin, David Chen, and Michael Lee, Forecasted Electric Energy Consumption and Peak Demands for Maryland, Exeter Associates, Inc., PPES-06-04, September 2006.
    NTIS No. PB2007-107342

    Front Cover (345 KB)
    Report (493 KB)

    56. Christina Mudd, Lee Schultz, and Patrick O'Connor, 2011 Inventory of Renewable Energy Generators Eligible for Maryland Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard, Exeter Associates Inc., BCS, Incorporated, PPES-12-01, NTIS No. PB2007-107342

    57. Exeter Associates, Inc., Long-term Electricity Report for Maryland, 2011. PPRP-156. DNR Publication No. 12-11212011-535.

    Appendix A – Executive Order
    Appendices B-E – Model Input Assumptions
    Appendices F & G – Glossary and Acronyms
    Appendix H - Comments and Responses
    Appendix I – Scenario Comparisons Charts
    Appendix J – Scenario Charts by Topic
    Appendix K – Price, Cost and Consumption Data
    Appendix L– Supplemental Responsive Scenarios
    Appendix M – PPRAC Organizations List

    58. Exeter Associates, Inc., Long-Term Electricity Report for Maryland
    Reference Case Update.
    PPRP-160. DNR Publication No. 12-5212013-646.





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