Energy Counsel, LLP can help. Steve Huntoon, the principal attorney, is a former President of the Energy Bar Association, the bar organization of more than two thousand energy attorneys and professionals.
Over more than 30 years practicing energy regulatory law, Steve has advised and represented leading energy companies, including Dynegy, Exelon and NextEra. His experience includes one of the largest NERC reliability standard investigations, a $10 million generation interconnection dispute, PJM and New England capacity markets, development and interconnection of wind projects, development of RTOs and organized markets, industry restructurings, LNG regulation, and retail choice.
Steve understands energy regulation and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. He has published industry papers, spoken before industry organizations such as the Harvard Electricity Policy Group, and testified before federal and state regulatory bodies.
Steve brings a unique business perspective to energy law practice, having conceived and developed to commercial viability the first coastal wind project in the eastern U.S., the Jersey-Atlantic Wind Project in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He also was part of the leadership teams at PECO Energy and Conectiv that launched these companies’ retail energy marketing units, with innovations in renewable energy products and other firsts.
Steve has an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell, with an overall peer rating of 5.0 out of 5.0.
Energy Counsel, LLP is committed to cost-effective results for your enterprise, offering options of flat fee pricing and traditional hourly rates. Please contact the firm via phone or email.
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- May 25, 2017 - Testimony of Mr. Neil Chatterjee and Mr. Robert F. Powelson before the Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources on becoming members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
- May 25, 2017 - Mr. Neil Chatterjee and Mr. Robert F. Powelson will testify before the Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources to be members of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission at 9:45 a.m. today
- May 24, 2017 - FERC Staff Issues Supplemental Notice and Agenda for the June 22 Reliability Technical Conference