We help electric industry clients protect themselves and seize opportunities through a wide array of energy and regulatory matters. We excel at assisting clients navigate the uncharted technical and economic complexities that continue to present themselves before the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) and Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) as our markets mature and change.
We have extensive experience representing energy clients in proceedings before the PUCT, ERCOT, and the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH), as well as in energy-related litigation. We’ve been in the thick of things as ERCOT has developed and refined its nodal market, as the PUCT oversaw large-scale expansion of Texas transmission to take advantage of our renewable resources, and as Texas utilities deployed advanced meters and other smart grid innovations. With the boom of renewable energy that has followed, our work includes helping developers and lenders answer and address regulatory matters as projects are financed, advising utilities and other industry participants as the grid evolves, and helping landowners protect their rights as new projects are sited.
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