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Himali Parmar
Senior Manager

Ms. Parmar, who joined ICF in 2002, has expertise in transmission planning, power system reliability, transmission and generation valuation studies. Ms. Parmar has provided transmission related due diligence support in development of several thermal and renewable projects. Her focus areas include forecasting locational marginal prices and assessing congestion and curtailment related risks to a project. Ms. Parmar is very proficient in load flow simulation tools such as Power World and PSLF and production cost modeling tools such as GE’s MAPS and ABB’s PROMOD. Before joining ICF, Ms. Parmar worked as a planning engineer at American Transmission Company, WI and developed short and long-term transmission system plans for the company.

Articles by Himali Parmar
wind power flow analysis
Using Powerflow Studies to Push PTC Projects Across the Finish Line
price tag
The Price Tag of a Solar Eclipse
Resources by Himali Parmar
White Papers
Here’s What May Happen if ERCOT Introduces Marginal Losses
White Papers
Wind in Southwest Power Pool (SPP) is Not So Simple
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Lubbock Load Not Enough to Fill the Sails of Panhandle Wind
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Market Considerations for Wind Development in Select U.S. Markets
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Drought Puts California Transmission in Dire Straits
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Are You Ready for Your Next Wind Deal?