Douglas Logan

Douglas Logan, PhD, PE


douglas.logan (at) wallawalla.edu

Call me at 527-2765
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Degrees:
PhD; Stanford University; 1985
MS; Stanford University; 1976
BSE; Walla Walla College; 1974

Professional Work Experience:
• Vice President, Power Costs, Inc., Norman, OK [2002-2008]

• Principal, Platts Research & Consulting / RDI Consulting (and predecessors), Boulder, CO [1995-2002]

• Manager, Utility Planning and Analysis, Hagler Bailly Consulting, Boulder, CO [1991-1995]

• Senior Engineer, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Francisco, CA [1980-1991]

Hobbies:
Mountain activities, gardening

Professional Associations:
American Economic Association (AEA),
Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS),
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE),
International Association for Energy Economists (IAEE)

Licenses and Awards:

• Professional Engineer, California and Colorado

• National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship.

Selected Publications:

“How Operating Constraints Impact the Value of Combined-Cycle Plants.” Combined Cycle Journal, Q1 2004. [with Jason Kram and Nish Dagli].

“Cost-Benefit Analysis of Power System Reliability: Two Utility Case Studies." IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, Vol. 10, No. 3, August 1995 [with E. Neudorf, et al.].

“Integrated Resource Planning with Renewable Resources.” The Electricity Journal, Vol. 8, No. 2, March 1995 [with C. Neil, A. Taylor, and P. Lilienthal].

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