Alex has more than 30 years of experience in energy economics, regulatory policy, and quantitative analyses of market fundamentals for electric power, natural gas and crude oil production and supply. At NEG, Dr. Rudkevich manages projects and directs studies involving complex modeling of energy systems with applications to valuation of generation and transmission assets; price forecasting and development of forward curves; market design; theoretical analysis of markets for electric energy, capacity, ancillary services, financial transmission rights and marginal losses; and analyses of market power and mitigation measures.
Dr. John Goldis is an expert in systems engineering with a background in computer science and economics and since 2007 has been providing expert consulting and research in power markets design and analysis. His consulting activities include generation and transmission valuation, wind integration studies, analysis of market power, resource adequacy and many others.
Dr. Goldis is also a co-founder and chief technology officer of Newton Energy Group (NEG). At NEG he is responsible for the implementation and application of high performance computing to optimizing software processes related to economic market modeling. He has published articles in IEEE Transactions on Power Systems and has presented papers at numerous national and international conferences organized by IEEE and INFORMS.
Prior to co-founding NEG, Dr. Goldis was a Senior Associate at Charles River Associates (CRA)) in its Energy & Environment practice. Previously he held various software development positions focusing on data mining, warehousing and application development and has been Microsoft Certified in C# .NET.