Seth Doughty focuses his practice on transactional matters in the energy industry. He has in-house experience at one of the largest Southern California utility companies. There, he gained experience drafting and negotiating a large variety of contracts, amendments and consents for supply and power procurement agreements.
In the power procurement area, Seth has drafted and negotiated a wide variety of power purchase agreements and other purchase and sale agreements, including for energy, capacity, energy efficiency and distribution deferral products. He is also experienced in handling conventional, renewable and energy storage technologies for both the “in-front-of-the-meter” and “behind-the-meter” projects.
While in law school, Seth was a senior editor for the Southern California Law Review.
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