Greenberg Traurig’s Electric Power & Utility Regulation Group collectively has decades of experience with the generation, transmission, distributed resources, trading, and regulated utility segments of the power industry. These segments operate in a complex, intertwined competitive and regulated environment. Our attorneys have the required experience and necessary creativity to help clients strategically navigate this challenging landscape to achieve their goals. Our attorneys have worked for energy regulatory agencies and have long-standing relationships with federal and state commissioners and staff, RTO/ISOs and market monitors.
Our firm and attorneys are routinely recognized in the category of electric power regulation by major industry and legal publications including Chambers USA, Legal 500, and Best Lawyers.
We advise power producers, distributed energy resources, marketers, investor-owned utilities, independent storage providers, private equity investors and funds, financial institutions, project developers, municipal systems, large consumers, and others impacted by the wholesale and retail markets and applicable regulations. Our attorneys have represented clients in a wide range of federal and state regulatory matters before the FERC, DOE, ISO/RTOs, NERC, CFTC, DOJ, enforcement and market monitors, state utility commissions and siting boards, environmental agencies, and legislative bodies. Such matters include:
- Administrative Practice and Market Advice
- Certifications, Licenses, and Authorizations
- Energy and Capacity Market Trading and Compliance