Richard Stevie, PhD

VP, Forecasting

Richard Stevie joined Integral Analytics in June, 2012. Prior to that, Dr. Stevie has been Chief Economist for Duke Energy with over thirty years of experience in the utility industry. He has also been named as a Research Fellow for the Economics Center at the University of Cincinnati.

During his tenure with Duke Energy, Dr. Stevie managed several key analytical functions including economic forecasts, projections of energy sales and peak load demands, customer research on energy usage, market research, product development analytics, evaluation of energy efficiency cost-effectiveness, and measurement and verification of energy efficiency measure impacts. He has been involved in many regulatory proceedings and has provided expert witness testimony on numerous utility economic issues in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, North Carolina, and South Carolina. The principle areas of testimony involved projections of sales and peak loads, cost-effectiveness analysis of energy efficiency programs, market pricing for energy, regulatory recovery mechanisms for energy efficiency, weather normalization of energy sales, and assessment of economic conditions.

Dr. Stevie received his undergraduate degree in economics from Thomas More College and his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from the University of Cincinnati.
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Richard Stevie, PhD

VP, Forecasting

Richard Stevie joined Integral Analytics in June, 2012. Prior to that, Dr. Stevie has been Chief Economist for Duke Energy with over thirty years of experience in the utility industry. He has also been named as a Research Fellow for the Economics Center at the University of Cincinnati.

During his tenure with Duke Energy, Dr. Stevie managed several key analytical functions including economic forecasts, projections of energy sales and peak load demands, customer research on energy usage, market research, product development analytics, evaluation of energy efficiency cost-effectiveness, and measurement and verification of energy efficiency measure impacts. He has been involved in many regulatory proceedings and has provided expert witness testimony on numerous utility economic issues in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, North Carolina, and South Carolina. The principle areas of testimony involved projections of sales and peak loads, cost-effectiveness analysis of energy efficiency programs, market pricing for energy, regulatory recovery mechanisms for energy efficiency, weather normalization of energy sales, and assessment of economic conditions.

Dr. Stevie received his undergraduate degree in economics from Thomas More College and his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from the University of Cincinnati.
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