Andrew Young, an energy regulatory lawyer, focuses on issues related to the electric energy industry and matters involving and governed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). His practice includes the representation and regulatory support of investors, lenders, electric utilities, renewable developers, independent power producers, power marketers, qualifying facilities, holding companies, and commercial and industrial consumers in a wide variety of matters. 

Andrew frequently handles mergers and acquisitions, tax equity investments, financings, spin-offs and restructurings, contract negotiation and drafting, the development and re-design of wholesale energy markets, transmission rates, incentives and policies, ancillary services, market-based and cost-based rates, settlement negotiations, administrative hearings, trial and appellate litigation, and advice on state and federal regulatory issues.

He has significant experience with renewable energy projects, including solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, hydroelectric and energy storage projects. He also has experience representing clients before FERC, the Department of Energy, state public utility commissions and federal district and appellate courts.