Negotiated numerous combined heat and power, energy storage, renewable and conventional power purchase agreements.
Negotiated seven long-term power purchase agreements that, when combined, formed one of the largest solar thermal power purchase agreements in the world.
Negotiated three phased long-term power purchase agreements for up to 300 MWs of renewable geothermal energy.
Lead SCE attorney supporting the Hoover Power Allocation Act of 2011, which was enacted by Congress. The Act requires the Department of Energy to enter into 50-year contracts with participants for hydroelectric power from the Hoover Dam.
Lead attorney for SCE's first Energy Auction. Drafted the first "back-to-back" and "residual back-to-back" tolling agreements used by SCE.
Lead attorney on three Long-Term Resource Plan proceedings, each of which involved coordination among several different business units and multiweek sets of hearings before the CPUC.
Lead attorney on confidentiality regulatory proceedings before the CPUC and CEC. Argued appeals before the Appellate Division of the Sacramento Superior Court.
Lead attorney representing a utility on an integrated resource planning proceeding before the CEC.
Lead attorney on Utility Retained Generation proceeding, which involved a multiweek set of hearings before the CPUC.
Worked with senior management on proceedings addressing the California Energy Crisis.
Represented plaintiff in a published appellate decision described on the front page of the Los Angeles Daily Journal as "a far-reaching decision for employers in California" and a "state precedent."