Elizabeth brings years of experience focusing on energy and utility regulation in Massachusetts, particularly base distribution rate cases for electric, gas and water utilities. She regularly represents gas and electric utilities and municipal aggregators in Massachusetts for matters related to energy efficiency and the Green Communities Act, including representation in front of the Department of Public Utilities and the Energy Efficiency Advisory Council. Elizabeth has also worked extensively with low-income assistance programs for electric and gas customers.
“We are so excited to have Elizabeth joining us at Rich May,” said Managing Director, Emmett Lyne. “She brings tremendous regulatory expertise as well as an outstanding knowledge of energy law.” He continued, “She is also well respected for her work at the Office of the Attorney General and knows many of the key stakeholders interested in the Commonwealth’s energy policies. She is an outstanding fit for us.”