Integration of Renewables into the Ontario Electricity System
The Ontario electricity industry has a ‘hybrid’ structure: electricity is bought and sold in a competitive wholesale electricity market while supply mix...
Adonis Yatchew is Professor of Economics at the University of Toronto, and has held visiting appointments at Trinity College (Cambridge) and the University of Chicago.
Dr. Yatchew has conducted major studies in electrical utilities and oil pipelines as well as in the airline, natural gas, minerals, banking, and entertainment industries. Dr. Yatchew has published widely on econometric estimation techniques, with specific attention to nonparametric procedures. Of particular note is his book entitled Semiparametric Regression for the Applied Econometrician, published by Cambridge University Press. Dr. Yatchew has also written extensively on regulatory schemes in the area of electricity, and has been the joint editor of the Energy Journal since 1995. In addition to this, he has assisted in a variety of litigation procedures and has testified on numerous regulatory matters.
In 2018, Dr. Yatchew was recognized by the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) with the Outstanding Contributions to the Profession Award.