Washington, District Of Columbia 20004
Joseph W. Lowell is of counsel in Morgan Lewis’s Energy Practice. Mr. Lowell represents clients in all areas of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) electric utility regulation, with a particular focus on rates, ISO and RTO rules and markets, transmission and interconnection services, investigations and audits, regulatory compliance and training, litigation and appeals, demand response, and acquisitions and other transactions. He has also represented natural gas industry clients before FERC on rate matters.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Mr. Lowell was a junior economist with FERC’s Office of Energy Market Regulation, where he advised FERC on electric utility rates and ISO and RTO markets.
Mr. Lowell is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and Virginia.
|Areas of Practice||1) Energy, 2) Oil & Gas and 3) Electric Energy|
|Law School||William & Mary Law School|
|Education||George Mason University (B.A., 1996)|
|Bar Member / Association||State Bar Of District of Columbia, State Bar Of Virginia|
|Most recent firm||Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP|
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