Jonathan Schneider Publishes Column on FERC Decision in Public Utilities Fortnightly
Stinson Leonard Street partner Jonathan Schneider co-authored a column for Public Utilities Fortnightly.
Jonathan and Jon Di Stasio examine the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's recent unanimous decision to reject a proposal from the Department of Energy (DOE) to subsidize coal and nuclear plants by providing cost recovery for plants with 90 days of fuel onsite.
In the order, the commissioners concluded that neither the DOE proposal nor comments in the record showed that existing market rules are unjust and unreasonable.
Jonathan is a partner in the firm's Washington, DC office. For 25 years, he has been active across a broad range of energy issues, ranging from restructuring in the electric and gas industries to traditional rate regulation. He is an experienced administrative litigator, with extensive transactional experience in the regulated arena.
Read the full article: "FERC Gets It Right on DOE NOPR".