Mark represents energy industry participants before federal and state agencies charged with jurisdiction over energy markets and their participants. His representations have focused on the rates, terms and conditions associated with gaining access to regulated energy transmission systems, transactions involving changes in ownership of jurisdictional assets and unbundling matters.
Mark has been involved in rate proceedings with regard to retail electric service of utilities, including Florida Power & Light, Tampa Electric, Duquesne Light, Allegheny Power Utility subsidiaries, First Energy utility subsidiaries, and other utilities in various jurisdictions including Texas, Maryland and Washington, DC. He also has appeared before the regulatory commissions of numerous states.
With regard to wholesale electric service, Mark has handled proceedings involving unbundling transmission, distribution and generation rates in PJM and ERCOT. He has counseled independent merchants of electric power, and in filings on their behalf with the FERC. His work requires the integration of both transactional and regulatory goals. He counsels clients in the SERC and ISO-NE regions. He also has been involved in arbitrations involving interpretations of ISO rules and technical aspects of tariff provisions. He also has represented RTOs on issues regarding resource adequacy. Mark has successfully represented entities against RTO claims in arbitration.