Patrick Metz is an associate in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office and a member of the power practice group. Mr. Metz practices before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and state public utility commissions, focusing on complex regulatory matters associated with the generation, transmission, distribution, and storage of electric energy, as well as the transportation and distribution of natural gas. Mr. Metz has represented clients in ratemaking, complaint, merger, and rulemaking proceedings, including those related to RTO/ISO tariff compliance, cost allocation, PURPA, transmission formula rates, market-based rates, wholesale requirements contracts, corporate restructuring, pipeline rate cases and certificate applications, and asset dispositions and acquisitions. Mr. Metz also has defended clients under investigation in enforcement matters, provided compliance counseling and training, and performed regulatory diligence. Mr. Metz’s clients have included investor-owned utilities, public utility holding companies, renewable project developers and asset owners, independent transmission companies, power marketers, investors, independent power producers, interstate natural gas pipelines, and local distribution companies.
Climate Change and Sustainability
Construction and Infrastructure
Oil, Gas & Resources
Articles in the National Law Review database by Patrick T. Metz