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Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Bright Ideas

Our energy attorneys counsel clients on how Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and state public service commission regulations affect their businesses.

Our wide-ranging experience includes energy regulatory issues related to the financing, development, acquisition and disposition of energy assets; FERC regulation of wholesale electricity sales (market-based and cost-of-service); mergers and acquisitions; ISO/RTO tariff requirements and interconnection rules; transmission; natural gas pipelines; exempt wholesale generators (EWG) and qualifying facilities (QF); wheeling matters; demand response; public utility holding company and affiliate dealings; and pole attachments.

This skilled group of attorneys also focuses on compliance with the North American Electricity Reliability Corporation’s (NERC) reliability rules, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) regulation of energy commodity derivatives under the Dodd-Frank Act, and state public service commission regulation of retail energy marketers, as well as Renewable Portfolio Supply requirements, Renewable Energy Credits, and various other state regulatory issues.

We counsel investor-owned utilities, independent power producers, power marketers, investors, industrial companies, natural gas pipeline customers, hydroelectric operators, swap providers and swap end-users on the myriad regulatory requirements imposed by FERC, the CFTC and various state commissions on the electric, natural gas, oil, and commodity derivatives businesses subject to their jurisdiction. We also represent clients in formal and informal investigations and hearings before FERC. 




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