Provided by Catherine McCarthy
Represents energy companies and energy industry investors on energy regulation and policy matters. Particular focus on representing asset owners, including owners and developers of renewable and conventional generation and electric transmission. Lead Counsel on: regulatory approvals for renewable energy projects for developers and investors, including passive investors; generation developer and transmission developer interconnection process support; Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and state authorizations for mergers and acquisitions of energy companies and assets and related transaction diligence; FERC compliance and enforcement matters; FERC transmission and centralized markets issues; and FERC transmission services and power sales rate, tariff and refund matters. In addition to FERC and state public utility commission regulatory advice, including the Public Utility Commission of Texas, experience includes representing energy clients on Department of Energy, Federal Communications Commission and Nuclear Regulatory Commission matters.
Chair, Energy Regulatory Department
American Bar Association, Past Section Chair, Infrastructure and Regulated Industries Section and Chair, Renewable Energy Committee, Infrastructure and Regulated Industries Section
JD, Georgetown University, 1993; BA, Yale University, 1989
Catherine McCarthy is notable for her expertise in project and transaction approvals as well as rate, tariff and sale matters before FERC. She also provides day-to-day regulatory and commercial advice for key clients.
"She's one of the best all-round FERC attorneys at the Bar." "Catherine is very creative." "She is very knowledgeable."
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