Nathan Howe is an associate at the firm’s Newark office. He is a member of the power practice group, and has represented clients in electric regulatory matters before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU), and other state regulatory agencies, in proceedings such as utility rate filings, mergers, contract disputes, rulemakings, and programs proposed by utilities. He assists clients in all phases of these proceedings, including discovery, settlement, evidentiary hearings, and written submissions, from inception to resolution, as well as appeals.
He also advises clients with respect to renewable project development, including contractual negotiations, regulatory compliance, and available incentives. He acts as regulatory counsel in project financing, merger, acquisition, and divestiture transactions for lenders and borrowers, purchasers and sellers.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Nathan C. Howe