Amber Nyquist, Manager

Ms. Nyquist provides analytical expertise for EES in support of a wide range of economic and financial studies. Ms. Nyquist’s experience includes benefit-cost studies, cost of service studies, rate design studies, integrated resource planning, forecasting, conservation potential analysis, energy efficiency measure and program analysis. Ms. Nyquist uses several tools for providing economic analysis including benefit-cost analysis, risk analysis, and econometrics and statistical analysis. Special areas of study include federal standards for evaluating benefits and costs of water supply and related resources according to the Economic and Environmental Principles and Guidelines for Water and Related Land Resources Implementation Studies (March 10, 1983). Ms. Nyquist has an M.A. from Simon Fraser University and a B.A. in Economics from Western Washington University.

Featured Projects

Anchorage Municipal Power & Light

EES Consulting has prepared Integrated Resource Plans (IRP) for ML&P since 2002 to assist ML&P with the evaluation of capital spending throughout ML&P, covering transmission and distribution, generation, SCADA systems, use of dual fuels, and other related areas.  To evaluate the alternatives available to ML&P for future generation, the IRP was developed as a tool for examining the economic, engineering and other attributes associated with various options.

Box Canyon Project Studies

Public Utility District No. 1 of Pend Oreille County, in Washington state, selected EES Consulting as the lead consultant for relicensing studies for the Box Canyon Hydroelectric Project.  The relicensing involved numerous engineering and resource studies.  EES Consulting staff members performed studies and managed and coordinated activities of consultants and subconsultants who conducted engineering and environmental studies for project license amendment and relicensing.