Hanna M. Conger is an associate in the Energy Practice. Her practice is focused on regulatory strategy and litigation.
Ms. Conger represents utilities in regulatory litigation and rulemakings before state commissions and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and in appeals of those agency decisions. She is regularly involved in matters including state- and federal-jurisdictional rate proceedings; applications for certificates of public convenience and necessity; acquisitions of major utility assets; and approval of innovative pilot programs, including time-variant rate structures and the integration of microgrids, batteries, and distributed energy resources into the grid.
Ms. Conger uses that experience to counsel clients in navigating regulatory programs and RTO/ISO tariffs, particularly those applicable to distributed, renewable, and low-carbon energy resources. She also assists clients in negotiating power purchase agreements and fuel purchase and sale agreements.