January 27, 2021

Volume XI, Number 27

Mathew R. Troughton

Mathew Troughton is an attorney and litigator in Sheppard Mullin's San Francisco office. His practice is focused on Energy and Construction law and litigation.

Mr. Troughton represents clients in energy, construction, and commercial matters. He has represented independent power companies and Qualifying Facilities in regulatory proceedings and litigation regarding power purchase agreements, power plant equipment failures/force majeure events, fuel supply contracts, construction contracts and wheeling agreements.  His experience in energy cases includes issues involving PURPA, FERC and California PUC regulations, contract law, the Uniform Commercial Code, business fraud and unfair competition law.  In the regulatory arena, Mat counsels clients regarding the impact of new energy regulations and legislation in California.  He has experience with the  CPUC and FERC regulation of the so-called "qualifying facilities," or "QF's".  He has been involved in such matters before the CPUC as cases involving the nameplate capacity and energy rates proper for QF plants; force majeure events and settlements, and the curtailment priority of industrial users in event of rolling blackouts.


Articles in the National Law Review database by Mathew R. Troughton