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Energy Infrastructure; Energy Markets; Renewables; and Energy Regulatory and Litigation
Jay Ryan is Co-Chair of Baker Botts' Energy Regulatory Practice. Mr. Ryan counsels electric and gas utilities, private equity investors and portfolio companies, developers of large-scale energy infrastructure projects, hydroelectric licensees, and renewable energy resources on transactional, regulatory, and litigation matters. These matters include infrastructure permitting; regulation and operation of regional power markets; transmission and generation interconnection and rate issues; hydroelectric licensing and compliance; cross-border transactions; audits, investigations and enforcement actions; asset acquisitions, due diligence and divestitures; and other issues arising under federal and state energy and environmental laws. Mr. Ryan represents clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the U.S. Department of Energy, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Department of the Interior, the National Marine Fisheries Service and state water quality agencies. In 2017, the National Law Journal selected Jay as an Energy and Environmental Trailblazer.
Jay is a Board member of the Northeast Chapter of the Energy Bar Association and former Chair of the National Hydropower Association's Regulatory Affairs Committee. Previously, Jay served on the Board of Girls on the Run - D.C., a non-profit organization in Washington.