Energy Policy & Regulation
BRG Energy & Climate professionals advise energy clients and provide strategic quantitative analysis in relation to the rapidly changing climate change and energy policies and regulations.
BRG’s expertise reflects experience with state legislatures, public utility commissions (PUCs), regional transmission organizations (RTOs), the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), and the US courts to which appeals are made. We also help our clients evaluate potential exposure to market, economic, and financial impacts, opportunities, and risks posed by changing policies and regulations—especially with regard to greenhouse gas (GHG) pricing and disclosures, as well as energy pricing, rates, tariffs, and costs.
- Advisory and development of client regulatory and ratemaking strategy
- Policy and regulatory impact analysis
- Analysis of federal and state energy and climate change policy impacts
- Strategic assessment of RTO, PUC, and FERC regulatory initiatives, rules, and decisions
- Analysis and expert testimony in PUC and FERC rulemaking and rate case proceedings and RTO stakeholder processes
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