The Second Installment in the DWGP “Building on the Past, Preparing for the Future” 50th Anniversary Webinar Series
Please join Duncan, Weinberg, Genzer & Pembroke, P.C. on June 29, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. (Eastern) for the second in our quarterly webinar series to mark the firm’s 50th Anniversary.
Are local, state and federal policies limiting the use of natural gas? Is your municipality or state considering shifting away from the use of natural gas? If it does, what happens to rates? To resource adequacy? To environmental policy? What alternatives are there to natural gas, and when are they likely to evolve?
Learn the answers to these questions and more in the second webinar in our 50th Anniversary series, where DWGP’s Peter Scanlon and Bhaveeta Mody will help decipher how a move away from natural gas affects a variety of policies and regulations.
We hope you will join us for this informative discussion.
To register at no cost please follow the link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_1OpYASWORrOw-H3kAn7vJQ
About our Presenters:
Bhaveeta Mody has been representing clients for nearly twenty years on various issues involving organized energy and capacity markets, transmission and interconnection matters, and utility rates and ratemaking proceedings. Bhaveeta also advises clients on matters involving climate change and renewable energy policy, regulatory compliance, and transactional issues. Bhaveeta also serves as an Articles Editor of the Federal Energy Law Journal. She is routinely called upon to present on issues affecting transmission, including planning, cost allocation, and incentive rates.
For over three decades, Peter Scanlon has been advising clients on matters involving natural gas and electricity. Pete has extensive experience in federal and state regulatory proceedings, as well as energy sales contracts, enforcement matters, standards of conduct and power plant acquisition and construction issues. Pete is a sought after speaker on FERC, natural gas, and energy contracts issues. He also regularly contributes to a treatise on natural gas regulations. Named as one of Washington DC’s Super Lawyers, Pete is actively engaged in all aspects of litigation at FERC, in the federal courts, and in arbitration proceedings.
Since its founding in 1971, Duncan, Weinberg, Genzer & Pembroke, P.C., has provided a broad range of counseling, regulatory, litigation and legislative services to clients in every region of the country. The Firm's practice includes energy and utility law, oil and gas law, environmental law, communications law, municipal law, and intellectual property law. The Firm has attained a prominent and highly regarded position in these practice areas by developing innovative approaches and achieving precedent-setting results for its clients.