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Goldman, Charles A, and Michael Kintner-Meyer. "New York ISO 2002 Demand Response Programs: Evaluation Results." DOE Office of Electric Transmission and DistributionTransmission 2004.
Goldman, Charles A, and Eric Hirst. Key Issues in Developing Demand-Side Bidding Programs. Berkeley: LBNL, 1989. LBL-27748.
Goldman, Charles A, and Edward P Kahn. Competitive Bidding for Electric Power: Comparing Evaluation Methods. Berkeley: LBNL, 1989.
Goldman, Charles A, John F Busch, Edward P Kahn, Ross Baldick, and Adele Milne. Review of Consolidated Edison's Integrated Resource Bidding Program. Berkeley: LBNL, 1993. LBNL-33599.
Goldman, Charles A. "Demand Response Programs: Configuring Load as a Resource for Competitive Electricity Markets." NARUC Winter Meeting Washington DC Feb. 13, 2002 2002.
Goldman, Charles A, and M. Suzie Kito. Review of Demand-Side Bidding Programs: Impacts, Costs, and Cost-Effectiveness. Berkeley: LBNL, 1994. LBNL-35021.
Goldman, Charles A. "Demand Response National Trends: Implications for the West?." Committee on Regional Electric Power Cooperation San Francisco, CA March 25, 2004 2004.
Goldman, Charles A, and M. Suzie Kito. Demand-Side Bidding: Six Years Later and the Results Are Coming In. Berkeley: LBNL, 1994.
Goldman, Charles A, John F Busch, Edward P Kahn, Steven Stoft, and Samuel D Cohen. Review of Integrated Resource Bidding at Niagara Mohawk. Berkeley: LBNL, 1992. LBL-31667.
Goldman, Charles A, Nicole C Hopper, Ranjit Bharvirkar, Bernard Neenan, and Peter Cappers. A Methodology for Estimating Large-Customer Demand Response Market Potential. Berkeley: LBNL, 2007. LBNL-63346.
Goldman, Charles A, Elizabeth Stuart, Ian M Hoffman, Merrian C Fuller, and Megan A Billingsley. Interactions between Energy Efficiency Programs funded under the Recovery Act and Utility Customer-Funded Energy Efficiency Programs. Trans. Borgeson, Merrian. Berkeley: LBNL, 2011. LBNL-4322E.
Goldman, Charles A, G. Alan Comnes, John F Busch, and Stephen Wiel. Primer on Gas Integrated Resource Planning. Berkeley: LBNL, 1993. LBNL-34144.
Goldman, Charles A, Galen L Barbose, and Bernard Neenan. "RTP as an Optional Service: It’s Alive, But Is It Well?." The Electricity Journal Vol. 19.Issue 1 (2006) 18. LBNL-59740.
Goldman, Charles A, Nicole C Hopper, Ranjit Bharvirkar, Bernard Neenan, Richard Boisvert, Peter Cappers, Donna Pratt, and Kim Butkins. Customer Strategies for Responding to Day-Ahead Market Hourly Electricity Pricing. Berkeley: LBNL, 2005. LBNL-57128.
Goldman, Charles A, Grayson C Heffner, and Galen L Barbose. Customer Load Participation in Wholesale Markets: Summer 2001 Results, Lessons Learned and “Best Practices”. Berkeley: LBNL, 2002. LBNL-50966.
Goldman, Charles A. "Demand Response: An Untapped Resource for Western Electricity Markets." FERC Western Energy Infrastructure Conference Denver, Colorado July 30, 2003 2003.
Goldman, Charles A, M. Suzie Kito, and Mithra M Moezzi. Evaluation of Public Service Electric & Gas Company's Standard Offer Program. Berkeley: LBNL, 1996.
Goldman, Charles A, Willett Kempton, Anita Eide, Maithili Iyer, Mindi J Farber, and Richard M Scheer. Impact of Information and Communications Technologies on Residential Customer Energy Services. Berkeley: LBNL, 1996. LBNL-39015.
Goldman, Charles A, Rick Weston, Jeff Schlegel, Richard Sedano, Jim Lazar, Brendan J Kirby, and Eric Hirst. Dimensions of Demand Response: Capturing Customer Based Resources in New England's Power System and Markets. 2003. LBNL-52981.
Goldman, Charles A, Nicole C Hopper, Ranjit Bharvirkar, Bernard Neenan, and Peter Cappers. Estimating Demand Response Market Potential among Large Commercial and Industrial Customers: A Scoping Study. Berkeley: LBNL, 2007. LBNL-61498.
Goldman, Charles A, and Mary Ellen Hopkins. Survey and Analysis of State Regulatory Activities on Least Cost Planning for Gas Utilities. 1991. LBL-30353.

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