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Ken Collison
Vice President, Energy Consulting

Ken Collison, who joined ICF in 2002, provides technical leadership in electricity markets analysis. Mr. Collison has led studies to assess the economic, reliability and resiliency benefits of transmission and distribution system improvements across the U.S.; evaluation of the costs and benefits of transitioning to competitive electricity markets; and production cost and power flow studies for renewable generation integration. He also provided technical guidance on ICF’s integrated resource and resiliency planning projects in West Africa and East Africa. His clients include utilities, financial institutions, IPPs, developers, and government agencies such as DOE and USAID. Mr. Collison has testified as an expert witness on electric transmission and distribution issues in several states.

Mr. Collison holds an MBA and an M.S., Technology and Policy, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and a B.S., Electrical Engineering, from the University of Science and Technology, Ghana.

Resources by Ken Collison
Reports & Research
Understanding the Energy Storage Opportunity: Drivers and Risks
White Papers
Creating a Resilient Grid in Puerto Rico
Webinars
Beyond the PPA
White Papers
Indian Point: Filling a Nuclear Void
White Papers
Unlocking the Hidden (Capacity) Value in Energy Storage
Webinars
Looking Beyond Peak Shaving Benefits – Energy Storage Play in Capacity and Ancillary Services
White Papers
Energizing Policy Evolution for the Grid Revolution
Webinars
Averting Disaster on the Grid - A Strategy to Mitigate the Risks of Catastrophic Events