David Cherney

 

David N. Cherney

PA Consulting Group

David Cherney is a Consultant in PA Consulting Group’s Energy Capital Markets Practice, with expertise in public policy analysis, electricity market dynamics, and program evaluation. His power market consulting experience spans merger and acquisition, litigation, and strategic guidance contexts. Cherney is experienced in electricity market regulations and policy (in both regulated and deregulated markets), expert testimony preparation, and bridging research and analytics to practice. His clients include retail electric service providers, private equity groups, independent power producers, global corporations, and investment banks. Cherney is well published having authored more than 20 publications in scholarly journals, technical book chapters, and popular outlets. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Colorado-Boulder, a Master’s degree from Yale University, and a B.A. from Claremont McKenna College.

 

Recent Publications

Cherney, D. N., 2011. Securing the Free Movement of Wildlife: Lessons from the American West’s Longest Land Mammal Migration. Environmental Law 41 (2) 599-617.

Cherney, D.N., 2011. Science Student Profile: Why I Picked University of Colorado—Boulder. U.S. News and World Report. March 16. http://www.usnews.com/education/best-graduate-schools/articles/2011/03/16/science-student-profile-why-i-picked-university-of-coloradoboulder.

Clark, S.G., M.B. Rutherford, M.R. Auer, D.N. Cherney, R.L. Wallace, D.J. Mattson, D.A. Clark, L. Foote, N. Krogman, P. Wilshusen, and T. Steelman, 2011. College and University Environmental Programs as a Policy Problem (Part 1): Integrating Knowledge, Education, and Action for a Better World? Environmental Management, doi: 10.1007/s00267-011-9619-2.

Clark, S.G., M.B. Rutherford, M.R. Auer, D.N. Cherney, R.L. Wallace, D.J. Mattson, D.A. Clark, L. Foote, N. Krogman, P. Wilshusen, and T. Steelman, 2011. College and University Environmental Programs as a Policy Problem (Part 2): Strategies for Improvement. Environmental Management, doi: 10.1007/s00267-011-9635-2.

Cherney, D.N., A. Bond, and S.G. Clark, 2009. Understanding Patterns of Human Interactions and Decision Making: An initial map of Podocarpus National Park, Ecuador. Journal of Sustainable Forestry, Vol. 28, No. 6&7, pp. 694-711.

Clark, S.G., D.N. Cherney, I. Angulo, R. B. de Leon, and C. Moran-Cahusac, 2009. A Problem-oriented Overview of Podocarpus National Park Management Policy, Ecuador. Journal of Sustainable Forestry, Vol. 28, No. 6&7, pp.663-679.

Cherney, D.N., S.G. Clark, and M.S. Ashton, 2009. Management Policy for Podocarpus National Park, Ecuador: A synthesis. Journal of Sustainable Forestry, Vol. 28, No. 6&7, pp. 888-893.

Clark, S.G., D.N. Cherney, I. Angulo, R. B. de Leon, and C. Moran-Cahusac, 2009. An Initial Social Process (Contextual) Map for Podocarpus National Park, Ecuador. Journal of Sustainable Forestry, Vol. 28, No. 6&7, pp.680-693.

Clark, S.G., D.N. Cherney, and M.S. Ashton, 2009. Introduction: An overview of development and environmental challenges in Podocarpus National Park, Ecuador. Journal of Sustainable Forestry, Vol. 28, No. 6&7, pp. 597-613.

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