1. Solving the West’s Water Problems (T.W. Schultz Lecture, January 3,, 2016)
  2. The Objectives for Implementing an Internal Carbon Charge at a Major Research University (Presentation at Meeting of Yale Carbon Charge Task Force, December 2, 2015)
  3. A Market for Water that Prices Hydrological, Environment, and Political Constraints (Presentation to Property and Environment Research Center (PERC), August 1, 2012)
  4. Symmetric Treatment of Load and Generation: A Necessary Condition for Demand Response to Benefit Wholesale Market Efficiency and Manage Intermittency (June 2010)
  5. The Economic and Environmental Challenges for America's Energy Future (Toyota, ESQ, April 2010)
  6. Balancing California’s Energy Needs with its Environmental Goals (Mercatus Institute California Winter Retreat, Dec. 6, 2008)
  7. Why the United States Has Yet to Benefit from Electricity Industry Re-structuring (And What Can Be Done to Change This) (Reed College Public Lecture, Nov. 13, 2008)
  8. Making More from Less: Environmental Constraints and California’s Future Electricity Investments (Oct 2007)
  9. What Can California Hope to Achieve from AB32? The Economic Challenges to Implementing a Greenhouse Gas Emissions Cap (Presentation to Stanford Energy Forum, Oct. 25, 2006)
  10. Why the United States Has Yet to Benefit from Electricity Industry Re-structuring (And What Can Be Done to Change This) (Presentation at Western Power Trading Forum New York Meeting, July 11, 2006)
  11. The World Fossil Fuel Market and America's Energy Future (Presentation to Stanford Parents Association, Feb. 25, 2006)
  12. Arbitrage, Risk Management, and Market Manipulation What Do Energy Traders Do and When it is Illegal (Presentation to Stanford Parents Association, Feb. 26, 2005)
  13. Designing a Retail Electricity Market that Enhances Wholesale Competition (Testimony to California Public Utilities Commission for Core/Non-Core Electric Market Structure Options: En Bank Hearing, April 20, 2004)
  14. America's Energy Future Do We Need National Legislation to Get There? (Presentation to Stanford Alumni, Oct. 18, 2003)
  15. Designing and Monitoring a Regional Transmission Organization (RTO): Comments on FERC Order 2000 (Presentation to Harvard Electricity Policy Group, Jan. 21, 2000)
  16. What Went Wrong with California’s Re-structured Electricity Market? (And How to Fix it) (2000)
  17. Ten Myths About Competitive Electricity Markets: Lessons for Designing Congestion Management Protocols (1999)