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Shippen Howe
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW 7th Fl, Washington, DC 20007
Mr. Shippen Howe is a counselor at Van Ness Feldman, where he specializes in advising clients in the electric andMore natural gas industries. Howe's experience in the industry began with Public Utilities Reports where he reported and analyzed decisions made by public utility commissions. Howe later served as a law clerk to the administrative judges at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Winmar Construction
1010 Wisconsin Ave NW Ste 303, Washington, DC 20007
Winmar Construction is a general contracting firm that serves the commercial sector. Founded in 2003, the companyMore specializes in commercial interior and hospitality building. Many of Winmar's staff have decades of experience in the industry, which Winmar utilizes to offer clients the best possible service.
Jessica C. Friedman
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW 7th Fl, Washington, DC 20007
Jessica Friedman is a member of Van Ness Feldman who represents clients in the electric industry, equity and debtMore investors involved in power projects for legal issues regarding the Federal Power Act, Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act and the Energy Policy Act of 2005.
The Aba Agency
1101 30th St NW Ste 500, Washington, DC 20007
The Aba Agency was founded by Aba Bonney-Kwawu to cater to the brand marketing needs of businesses. Specializing inMore public relations, consumer research, media development and event design and management, the firm utilizes its talented team of specialists to customize each project to the needs of clients.
Marisa Swenson
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW 7th Fl, Washington, DC 20007
Marisa Swenson is an associate at Van Ness Feldman, where she assists clients with legal issues concerningMore electricity, natural gas and the environment. While completing her law degree, Swenson was a staff member of the Administrative Law Review. She also interned at the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Utilities Service where she learned about regulatory issues affecting rural electric cooperatives. Swenson can be reached via email at mes@vnf.com or at the phone number listed.
Vincenzo Franco
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW 7th Fl, Washington, DC 20007
Vincenzo Franco is a member of Van Ness Feldman, whose practice focuses on electric power. The clients he representsMore include electric utilities, independent power producers, power and gas marketers, financial institutions and investors. Franco offers representation and counsel to clients on matters involving the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, such as power contracts, market-based rates, mergers, sales and acquisitions of power projects, participation in organized markets and the importation or exportation of electricity and natural gas.
Julia Scarpino Wood
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW 7th Fl, Washington, DC 20007
Ms. Julia Scarpino Wood is an associate at Van Ness Feldman. Ms. Wood's practice focuses mostly on hydroelectricMore and electric power matters involving the Federal Power Act, Energy Policy Act of 2005, Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA), and other federal statutes affecting energy and water development. Call, fax or email to contact Ms. Wood directly.
Henry I. Stern
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW 7th Fl, Washington, DC 20007
Mr. Stern is an associate at the law firm Van Ness Feldman who assists clients with energy and environmental matters,More particularly Federal clean energy initiatives. Prior to joining Van Ness Feldman, Mr. Stern was a law clerk at the California Public Utilities Commission in 2007, a legal extern at the Deputy of Energy and Climate California State Resources Agency in 2008 and a legal intern at the U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Energy and Commerce in 2009. Call or e-mail to contact Mr. Stern.
Shannon Angielski
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW 7th Fl, Washington, DC 20007
Ms. Shannon Angielski is the Senior Director of Governmental Issues at Van Ness Feldman. Ms. Angielski hasMore extensive experience working with Congress on environmental issues, including serving as the Associate Director of the Coal Utilization Research Council. At Van Ness Feldman, Ms. Angielski counsels clients on environmental and energy policy issues concerning clean energy solutions for electricity generation.
Stephen C. Fotis
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW 7th Fl, Washington, DC 20007
Stephen C. Fotis is a member of Van Ness Feldman, where he specializes in federal or state environmental regulation andMore matters that concern the the Clean Air Act, global climate change and other environmental matters. Fotis' clients include electric utilities, independent power producers, automobile manufacturers, petroleum refineries, governmental entities and trade associations.
David P. Yaffe
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW 7th Fl, Washington, DC 20007

Mr. David P. Yaffe is a member of the Van Ness Feldman law firm. which focuses on federal regulation ofMore the electric utility industry by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), electricity supply transactions, and litigation before the FERC or state courts, and arbitration involving energy issues.

Mr. Yaffe's experience includes negotiating joint venture electric generating facility arrangements, providing representation in public power bond offerings and negotiating power sale contracts and off-take agreements from merchant transmission facilities and wind projects.

Mona Tandon
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW 7th Fl, Washington, DC 20007
Ms. Mona Tandon is an associate at Van Ness Feldman. Ms Tandon's practice focuses on oil and productMore pipeline, natural gas and electric utility regulation. Ms. Tandon also assists residential and commercial appliance manufacturers navigate federal and state energy efficiency regulations and the ENERGY STAR program. Before joining Van Ness Feldman, Ms. Tandon served as an intern at eLaw.com and, later on, as an assistant analyst with DynMeridian where she supported the Navy Arms Control Directorate and the U.S. Army Biological Arms Control Treaty Office.
Britt Speyer Fleming
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW 7th Fl, Washington, DC 20007
Britt Speyer Fleming is a member of Van Ness Feldman Law Firm, which specializes in representing automobileMore manufacturers, electric utilities, engine and equipment manufacturers, trade associations and coalitions before Congress or federal agencies. Ms. Fleming's practice has a focus on environmental law and regulation, energy policy, transportation, and technology development issues, and has advised numerous clients on issues regarding the Clean Air Act, the Energy Policy Acts of 1992 and 2005, the Energy Policy and Conservation Act and the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century.
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