Dr. Bowring is the President of Monitoring Analytics. Since 1999, Dr. Bowring has been the Independent Market Monitor for PJM, responsible for all market monitoring activities of PJM Interconnection. He has extensive experience in applied energy and regulatory economics. He has a PhD in Economics from the University of Massachusetts. Dr. Bowring has taught economics as a member of the faculty at Bucknell University and Villanova University. He has served as senior staff economist for the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities and as Chief Economist for the New Jersey Department of the Public Advocate's Division of Rate Counsel. Dr. Bowring has also worked as an independent consulting economist.
Dr. Haas has been the Deputy Market Monitor at PJM Interconnection since 2004, where he has been responsible for directing analysis and monitoring of PJM markets. Prior to joining PJM, Dr. Haas served as a senior economist in the energy policy section of the Illinois Commerce Commission. Prior to that, Dr. Haas was a visiting professor at Michigan State University, an economic analyst with the Michigan State Department of Resource Development and an independent consultant.
Dr. Haas has a PhD in Economics from Michigan State University.
Ms. Krawiec has 20 years of experience in developing and managing complex databases and applications, and for the last 6 years has been the technical lead for the Market Monitoring Unit's Market Monitoring System at PJM Interconnection. Prior to working at PJM Interconnection, Ms. Krawiec was employed by PECO, Actium Corporation, and Martin Marietta.
Ms Krawiec has a BS in Electrical Engineering, and an MS in Computer Engineering from Villanova University.
Mr. Mayes, General Counsel of Monitoring Analytics, LLC, has over 12 years of experience practicing primarily before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and state regulatory commissions on matters pertaining to the energy industries. Mr. Mayes served three years as Senior Counsel at PJM Interconnection, LLC, primarily covering markets and market monitoring issues. Prior to working for PJM, Mr. Mayes was associated with the Energy and Corporate group at the international law firm of White & Case, LLP and other leading law firms and served as a law clerk at the FERC’s Office of Administrative Law Judges. Mr. Mayes is a member of the Virginia State Bar, the District of Columbia Bar and the Pennsylvania State Bar. Mr. Mayes has a JD, MA (Foreign Affairs) and BA from the University of Virginia.