Experienced advocacy for rational and efficient state, regional, and federal climate gas mitigation policies. Energy Law and Policy before State and Federal agencies, ISO-New England, and Legislative bodies throughout New England; difficult Strategic Infrastructure Development, including offshore wind, pipelines, and quarries; Complex Energy Asset Transactions; Large Manufacturer Energy Representation on Grid Access, Demand Response, energy purchases and sales, renewable energy projects, and behind the meter generation protection; Climate Strategy development, including energy market rules, renewable energy credits, and RGGI credits.
Chair, Energy and Telecommunications Law Group; Co-Chair, Climate Strategy Group. Advises major energy and infrastructure development throughout Eastern U.S. Career focus on integrating natural gas, renewables, and smart grid technologies to lower grid costs and improve reliability. Assists businesses, government, and NGOs on greenhouse gas policy development and renewable energy endeavors, including offshore/onshore wind power, rooftop and grid-scale solar, energy storage, and smart grid projects.
Admissions: Maine; U.S. Courts of Appeals—First Circuit, D.C. Circuit. Best Lawyers in America; New England Super Lawyers, Energy and Natural Resources.
UNH School of Law (Franklin Pierce Law Center), JD, 1978; Bowdoin College, BA, 1968; Kents Hill School, 1964; Law Clerk, Hon. Hugh Bownes, U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit, 1979-80; Co-Founder, Energy Law Institute.