Todd represents competitive suppliers of electricity and natural gas in ongoing market restructuring and development matters before the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (Pa. PUC), and represents clients on a variety of matters before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Todd has recently expanded his practice to include representing these same clients before the Pennsylvania General Assembly as a registered lobbyist.
Todd provides advice and representation on a wide range of matters before the Pa. PUC, including utility rate proceedings, generic and rulemaking proceedings, and enforcement actions. He represents energy clients such as independent power companies and power marketers before the FERC in matters such as project sales and acquisitions, electricity quarterly report filings, annual interlocking directorate report filings, and tariff revisions.
Todd also represents telecommunications providers in a wide array of matters before the Pa. PUC, including enforcement and complaint actions, as well as matters involving issues such as high speed data tariffs, utility plant, and joint-use agreements.