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Forrester, Sydney, and Peter Cappers."Opportunities and Challenges to Capturing Distributed Battery Value via Retail Utility Rates and Programs." (2021).
Cappers, Peter, and Annika Todd-Blick."Heterogeneity in Own-Price Residential Customer Demand Elasticities for Electricity under Time-of-Use Rates: Evidence from a Randomized-Control Trial in the United States."Utilities Policy (2021).
Cappers, Peter, Sydney Forrester, and Andrew Satchwell."Disaggregating Future Retail Electricity Rate Growth." (2021).
Fowlie, Meredith, Catherine Wolfram, Patrick Baylis, C. Anna Spurlock, Annika Todd-Blick, and Peter Cappers."Default Effects and Follow-On Behaviour: Evidence From an Electricity Pricing Program."The Review of Economic Studies 88.6 (2021) 2886–2934. DOI
Cappers, Peter, Andrew Satchwell, Max Dupuy, and Carl Linvill."The Distribution of U.S. Electric Utility Revenue Decoupling Rate Impacts from 2005 to 2017." (2021).
Brooks, Cameron, Peter Cappers, and Andrew Satchwell."Expanding the Scope of Commercial Opportunities for Investor-Owned Electric Utilities." (2021).
Todd-Blick, Annika, C. Anna Spurlock, Ling Jin, Peter Cappers, Sam Borgeson, Daniel Fredman, and Jarett Zuboy."Winners are not keepers: Characterizing household engagement, gains, and energy patterns in demand response using machine learning in the United States."Energy Research & Social Science 70 (2020). DOI
Cappers, Peter, and C. Anna Spurlock."A Handbook for Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating Successful Electric Utility Pilots." (2020).
Satchwell, Andrew, Peter Cappers, Jeff Deason, Sydney Forrester, Natalie Mims Frick, Brian F. Gerke, and Mary Ann Piette."A Conceptual Framework to Describe Energy Efficiency and Demand Response Interactions." (2020).
Satchwell, Andrew, Peter Cappers, Javier Reneses, Will Gorman, and Greg Leventis."Financial Impacts of Net-Metered DPV on a Prototypical Western Utility’s Shareholders and Ratepayers." (2019).
Todd, Annika, Peter Cappers, C. Anna Spurlock, and Ling Jin."Spillover as a cause of bias in baseline evaluation methods for demand response programs."Applied Energy 250 (2019) 344 - 357. DOI
Cappers, Peter, and Sean Murphy."Unpacking the Disconnect Between Wholesale and Retail Electric Rates." (2019).
Satchwell, Andrew, Peter Cappers, and Galen L. Barbose."Current Developments in Retail Rate Design: Implications for Solar and Other Distributed Energy Resources." (2019).
Satchwell, Andrew, and Peter Cappers."Evolving Grid Services, Products, and Market Opportunities for Regulated Electric Utilities." (2018).
Potter, Jennifer, Elizabeth Stuart, and Peter Cappers."Barriers and Opportunities to Broader Adoption of Integrated Demand Side Management at Electric Utilities: A Scoping Study." (2018).
Satchwell, Andrew, Peter Cappers, and Charles A. Goldman."Customer bill impacts of energy efficiency and net-metered photovoltaic system investments."Utilities Policy 50 (2018) 144-152. DOI
Potter, Jennifer, and Peter Cappers."Demand Response Advanced Controls Framework and Assessment of Enabling Technology Costs." (2017).
Satchwell, Andrew, Peter Cappers, and Charles A. Goldman."Financial Impacts of a Combined Energy Efficiency and Net-Metered PV Portfolio on a Prototypical Northeast Utility." (2017).
Cappers, Peter, and Rich Scheer."American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009: Final Report on Customer Acceptance, Retention, and Response to Time-Based Rates from Consumer Behavior Studies." (2016).
Cappers, Peter, C. Anna Spurlock, Annika Todd, and Ling Jin."Experiences of Vulnerable Residential Customer Subpopulations with Critical Peak Pricing." (2016).
Kihm, Steve, Andrew Satchwell, and Peter Cappers."The Financial Impacts of Declining Investment Opportunities on Electric Utility Shareholders." (2016).
Cappers, Peter, C. Anna Spurlock, Annika Todd, Patrick Baylis, Meredith Fowlie, and Catherine Wolfram."Time-of-Use as a Default Rate for Residential Customers: Issues and Insights." (2016).
Cappers, Peter, Jason S. MacDonald, Janie Page, Jennifer Potter, and Emma M. Stewart."Future Opportunities and Challenges with Using Demand Response as a Resource in Distribution System Operation and Planning Activities." (2016).
Spurlock, C. Anna, Peter Cappers, Ling Jin, Annika Todd, and Patrick Baylis."Go for the Silver? Evidence from field studies quantifying the difference in evaluation results between “gold standard” randomized controlled trial methods versus quasi-experimental methods."2016 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings (2016).