Book Bundle: Energy Risk Modeling and Utility Risk Modeling
by Roy Nersesian
Energy Risk Modeling is a reference for those looking for simulation, decision trees, and optimization techniques for energy applications. Utility Risk Modeling is an update to Energy Risk Modeling, focusing only on renewables and electricity storage. The two books should be viewed as a single endeavor and as reference for simulation, decision trees, and optimization techniques for energy applications.
The books are loaded with real-life examples that demonstrate how @RISK, PrecisionTree, and Evolver can be used to make better financial decisions within the oil & gas, electricity, and renewable energy industries. Roy Nersesian’s easy-to-read, step-by-step approach makes his techniques accessible to anyone who uses Microsoft Excel.
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Author Roy Nersesian
Roy Nersesian is a professor in the School of Business at Monmouth University and holds a BS in physics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, followed by 8 years in the U.S. Navy with his last position as Chief Engineer on a Polaris submarine.
He graduated from Harvard Business School with an MBA and worked in various facets of the shipping industry. He began his academic career in 1985 at Monmouth focusing on operations management with an elective in renewable energy. He also taught as an adjunct at SIPA, Columbia University in marine transportation and energy modeling using @RISK as a software platform.
Professor Nersesian has written several books, with three in energy. The latest version is Energy Economics published by Routledge, 2016.Palisade Books