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Edward Cazalet

Founder and CEO

Dr. Cazalet is the founder and CEO of TeMix, Inc. He was previously a Governor of the California Independent System Operator (CAISO). He was also the founder and CEO of Automated Power Exchange (APX), the first on-line, wholesale power exchange.

Edward Cazalet is a leader in the design of transactive services for electricity, the commercialization of electricity storage, and the analysis of energy decisions.

Dr. Cazalet has extensive experience in designing, building and operating high-speed, reliable transaction systems for electric power that interface with existing transaction systems and markets.

Dr. Cazalet holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University focused on economics, decision analysis, and power systems. He also holds BS and MS degrees in engineering from the University of Washington.

Executive Team

Stephen Barrager, Ph.D.

Managing Director of Consulting Services

Steve Barrager, Ph.D. is a pioneer in developing the profession of strategic decision coaching.  He works with teams in Fortune 500 companies, research institutes, and government.

Naoki Shimoda

Managing Director of Consulting Services, Japan

Mr. Shimoda has 25 years of consulting experience in business strategy, asset/portfolio valuation, and risk management in energy industries.

TeMix is the leading transactive energy software and services company world-wide. TeMix works on both sides of the meter. TeMix principals have been instrumental in creating transactive energy standards and protocols. Our products apply state-of-the-art digital technology, AI, and IoT.


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The middle row shows the tendered retail electricity price in $/kWh for the next 5-minute, 15-minute and one-hour intervals up to the last hour of tomorrow. The start time for each interval is shown in the top row. The prices use current wholesale California ISO locational prices for the Moorpark Southern California Edison transmission substation augmented by scarcity prices for distribution, resource adequacy and flexible resource adequacy based on an experimental tariff.

The bottom row shows the forecasted marginal Lbs of CO2 or Green House Gases (GHG) released per kWh for the same intervals. The CHG estimates are from WattTime.org.

The ticker automatically updates from time to time based on the California ISO publication schedule.