David G. Tewksbury
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David G. Tewksbury focuses his practice on federal energy regulatory law, particularly as it relates to electric power. He advises independent power producers, power marketers, trade associations and others on a wide range of federal energy regulatory, markets and reliability matters. Read David Tewksbury's full bio.
By Neil Levy and David G. Tewksbury on Feb 4, 2022
Posted In FERC, Power Markets, Project Development and Finance, Renewables
On February 2, Neil Levy and David Tewksbury, partners in McDermott’s Energy Regulatory, Markets & Reliability Practice Group, hosted Todd Snitchler, president and CEO of the Electric Power Supply Association (EPSA), for an in-depth discussion about developments affecting the competitive power sector as we move into 2022. Below are the key takeaways from this discussion: Competition has...
By David G. Tewksbury, Neil Levy and Stephanie Lim on Jun 18, 2020
Posted In FERC, Renewables
On June 18, 2020, McDermott partners Neil Levy and David Tewksbury were joined by Paul M. Sotkiewicz, PhD, of E-Cubed Policy Associates, LLC, to discuss recent developments in the markets operated by PJM Interconnection (PJM). Below are key takeaways from this week’s webinar. In December 2019, the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued an...
President Trump’s Executive Order on US Bulk Power System Electric Equipment: Questions and Analysis
By Edward Zaelke, Joel A. Hugenberger, Neil Levy, Raymond Paretzky, Carl J. Fleming, Christopher Gladbach, David J. Levine and David G. Tewksbury on May 4, 2020
Posted In Power Markets, Renewables
President Trump’s May 1, 2020, Executive Order prohibiting certain transactions involving bulk-power system electric equipment developed, manufactured or supplied by a foreign adversary could have far-reaching implications for both the renewable and conventional power industries. The breadth of the Executive Order raises key questions and concerns for sponsors and developers of energy projects, construction contractors...