Carmody’s Energy & Infrastructure Group represents utilities and energy companies in regulatory proceedings, including contested mergers, state utility commission and attorney general investigations and enforcement proceedings, as well as numerous regulatory approval and rulemaking proceedings.
We have a long history before the Connecticut Siting Council, and its predecessor agency, the Connecticut Power Facilities Evaluation Council. Since 1972, we have been involved in the siting of many of the major electric and gas infrastructure projects built in Connecticut. We also provide representation before other regulatory agencies such as the Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (and its predecessor, the Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control), the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the Connecticut Department of Public Health.
Because of our extensive experience, Carmody attorneys are able to provide our clients with the guidance needed in making key decisions early in the stages of project development. We work as a team with our clients to secure required regulatory approvals in a timely, cost effective manner.
Representative matters include: