Feller Law advocates for our clients seeking legislative and regulatory solutions in state and local government. We have longstanding relationships at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”), the New York ISO (“NYISO”), and the New York Public Service Commission (“NYPSC”).
Feller Law attorneys are involved in rate cases before the New York State Public Service Commission (“NYSPC”) and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”). We advise end-users, retail energy providers, and wholesale market participants on electric and natural gas supply agreements. Additionally, Feller Law has successfully negotiated fuel purchasing and hedging agreements in the form of both enabling (short form) agreements and preferred supplier agreements. The firm advises clients on opportunities and regulatory challenges related to New York State's Reforming the Energy Vision (“REV”) initiative.
Our clients span from start-up retail energy suppliers and sophisticated multi-state marketers with diverse customer profiles to renewable developers and municipal retail end-users. Our experience with FERC, Regional Transmission Organizations/Independent System Operators (“RTO/ISO,”) and state policy initiatives, allows us to provide comprehensive monitoring on regulatory developments, judicial decisions, and legislative changes at all levels of government. Given our experience in this highly regulated industry, we are aware of the extra transparency and diligence that is required for corporations working in the public sector and strive to ensure that our clients are always equipped to anticipate and respond to the demands of both clients and government regulators.