Neil L. Levy focuses his practice on energy-related regulatory and transactional matters. He represents independent power producers, electric power and natural gas marketers, merchant transmission developers, interstate pipelines and local distribution companies before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), state public utility commissions and the courts of appeal. Neil regularly represents private equity clients in merger and acquisition transactions in the energy sector. He also focuses on representing clients in energy-related investigations and audits before FERC and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
Neil advises clients in regulatory, administrative litigation and transactional issues arising under the Federal Power Act, the Natural Gas Act, the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 2005, the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978.
In addition, he assists clients with drafting and negotiating electric power and natural gas supply contracts, electric and natural gas interconnection agreements, transmission service agreements, and capacity release agreements.
Previously, Neil served as trial attorney and attorney-advisor in FERC’s Office of General Counsel.
Represents Calpine Corporation on federal energy regulatory and litigation issues surrounding the commercial operation of Calpine’s power generation facilities as well as in acquisitions and dispositions of Calpine’s energy assets*
Represents Competitive Power Ventures on federal energy regulatory issues*
Represents Exelon Generation Company and various Exelon generation entities on federal energy regulatory issues*
Represents J-POWER USA Development on federal energy regulatory issues and on power plant development matters*
Represents Longview Power on federal energy regulatory issues*
Represents LS Power and various LS Power entities on federal energy regulatory and commercial issues and in acquisitions and dispositions of energy assets*
Represents Tenaska, Inc. and Tenaska’s various generation project entities on regulatory compliance and litigation issues surrounding the development and commercial operation of its power generation facilities and in acquisitions and dispositions of energy assets*
Represents Tenaska Power Services Co. before FERC on regulatory issues with respect to TPS’s position as an asset manager and a marketer of electric power and transmission capacity*
Represents SEMCO Energy Gas Company in FERC regulatory and transactional matters impacting SEMCOs local distribution company operations*
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