Rebecca’s legal experience includes Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), North American Reliability Corporation (NERC), state utility commission and appellate matters, particularly in the areas of electric reliability and hydropower.
Rebecca has extensive experience at FERC and NERC on the development and approval of electric reliability standards and NERC’s procedural rules. Some examples include both FERC and NERC proceedings to define the Bulk Electric System, NERC efforts on “Generator Requirements at the Transmission Interface” (the “GO/TO” project), and under-frequency load shedding standards. She’s also worked with clients on reliability compliance and reliability-related transactional issues, including, but not limited to, resolving registration issues and developing compliance programs.
In the hydro arena, Rebecca has represented licensees, license applicants and local government and community groups in licensing proceedings, license transfers and appellate litigation.
Hydropower and electric reliability. FERC and NERC proceedings. NERC registration issues, reliability compliance programs, hydro licensing and appellate litigation.
Rebecca has been named as a “Rising Star” for 2014 and 2015 by Super Lawyers.