The traditional utility business model is undergoing tremendous change. An increasingly diverse power mix that includes utility-scale renewables and distributed generation, energy storage, deregulation and future electric vehicle infrastructure are coming up against aging infrastructure and declining demand.
At the center of this transformation is the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) role in setting and influencing federal and state regulatory policies. Our strong Washington, DC, presence allows us to stay close to the activity that affects electric generation and electric and natural gas transmission facilities. Our practice spans the country—allowing us to monitor policies and regulations across the grid at-large, including those set by the regional transmission organizations (RTOs) and independent system operators (ISOs).
Law360 | July 17, 2019
This article features analysis from Albany Affordable Housing and Real Estate counsel Peter Trimarchi on ambitious new climate-change legislation in New York State that will force the natural gas industry to revisit its business plans.
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Co-Leader, Environment and Land Use Team