Christensen Associates is an established, full-service, applied economic consulting firm. We’ve spun off our battle-tested energy practice into a wholly-owned daughter firm. We produce theoretically grounded and cutting-edge analysis to help energy market participants and regulators respond to the novel changes confronting the industry. We are a nimble small business that excels at finding creative, efficient paths to deliver superb results. We take a long view of the energy industry, both historically and into the future, and we keep our institutional expertise on your projects with excellent consultant retention rates. As an employee-owned consultancy, our staff is committed to our clients’ success in a way that other firms cannot match.
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February 4, 2016 - Michael O'Sheasy and Josh Rogers develop a method to split pole and fixture costs into customer and demand components in "Parsing Poles and Towers," appearing the the January 2016 issue of Public Utilities Fortnightly.
May 14, 2015 - Utilities and residential solar advocates often find themselves at odds over the pricing of solar electricity, particularly over the policy of net metered volumentric distribution charges. The Powerwall has the potential to align the interests of these two groups, heralding an era of residential demand charges.
April 1, 2015 - Dr. Braithwait will make a presentation on the demand impacts of Gulf Power Company's Energy Select program.
February 3, 2015 - South Carolina Electric & Gas Company engaged Michael O’Sheasy of Christensen Associates Energy Consulting to testify to the Public Service Commission of South Carolina about the proposed design of new Net Energy Metering rates.