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The firm has advised private sector clients, market institutions, and governments on privatization, asset valuation, deregulation, tariff design, market power, and strategy in virtually all deregulated markets worldwide.

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January 2014
LEI's Transmission Cost Causation Study contributed to Negotiated Settlement Agreement, unanimously supported by Alberta stakeholders
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September 2013
LEI's Analysis Shows Lake Erie CleanPower Connector Can Help Address Oversupply in Ontario and Can Also Reduce Costs of Power and Carbon Footprint in PJM
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September 2013
LEI Proposes Improvements to the Ontario Market Design
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July 2013
Low Gas Prices Continue to Depress Hydro Station Values in Regions Without RECs
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June 2013
London Economics International Reviews Studies Investigating the Benefits of NRG Repowering Project at Dunkirk
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April 2013
LEI's Analysis Supports Regulatory Approval of Transmission Line That Will Supply About 10% of New York City's Electricity Demand With Canadian Hydroelectric Power
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April 2013
Regulatory Reform in Latin America Could Yield Robust Intermittent Renewable Capacity Growth, London Economics International says
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