Jordan Kwok


Jordan Kwok is a principal with the Energy Practice of CRA. He has worked with regulated utilities and merchant operators throughout the United States with a focus on regulatory strategy, ISO/RTO market policy, and project valuation.

At CRA, Mr. Kwok has managed and contributed to project work supporting clients in regulatory interventions, conducting commercial diligence of energy asset purchases and sales, review of market power monitoring and mitigation rules, assessing capacity market design features, and developing strategies for energy and capacity market participation.

Part of his experience was gained during his time as an Energy Industry Analyst at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, where he worked on filings and policy development related to power market and infrastructure development, including transmission planning and cost allocation, utility incentive rates, market structure, and resource adequacy constructs. Prior to joining CRA, Jordan managed the State Department’s Power Sector Program, a technical assistance program supporting power sector reform in developing countries by fostering solvency, competition, sustainability, and access.

Selected Engagements

  • 01
    Support on capacity market reform issues on behalf of JCP&L
    CRA supported Jersey Central Power and Light (JCP&L) in reviewing responsive options to reforms in the PJM capacity market, which threaten to lead to...
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  • 02
    Alberta Utilities Commission testimony appearance
    Vice President David DesLauriers recently testified as part of an expert panel before the Alberta Utilities Commission (Proceeding ID 24116) on the topic of...
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  • 03
    Review of capacity market fundamentals for the Alberta Utilities Commission
    For the Alberta Utilities Commission, CRA experts developed a report that examines the economic and theoretical foundations of capacity markets. This report...
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