Zhimin Li - Associate Analyst
Mr. Li works on projects in electricity market simulation, unit commitment modeling, experimental design, conjoint analysis, electric car diffusion, and recreation demand modeling. As part of his efforts, Mr. Li has supported Veritas’ custom modeling efforts, including the development of Veritas’ Electric Vehicle Adoption Model and Electricity Policy Simulation Model (EPSM). The Electric Vehicle Adoption Model forecasts location-specific electric vehicle adoption rates given changes in technology, public infrastructure, consumer education, or gas spikes. The EPSM is a computerized simulation model that identifies baseline values for electricity generation assets and evaluates the impact of environmental regulations on regional United States electricity generation and delivery systems.
Mr. Li’s efforts were instrumental in developing the technical aspects of each model. He is skilled in statistical estimation and econometric modeling, including discrete choice modeling (conditional logit, nested logit, and random parameters logit). He is fluent in several computer programs, including Stata, Analytica, Biogeme, and Matlab.
- Custom Modeling
- Econometric Modeling
- Statistical Estimation
- Statistical Analysis
- Statistical Programming
- M.S., Environmental Economics and Policy, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, In
- B.S., Electrical Engineering, Shantou University, Guangdong, China, 2008
- UndergraduateThesis: Photovoltaic (PV) System Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT)
Based on Proteus Simulation Platform
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