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Stephanie Szu-Ping Lim is a senior attorney in the energy regulatory practice group at King & Spalding.

Recent Publications

  • “A Deal is Still a Deal: Morgan Stanley Capital Group v. Public Utility District No. 1,” 2007-2008 Cato Supreme Court Review 285 (2008) (co-author)
     
  • “Applying the Mobile-Sierra Doctrine to Market-Based Rate Contracts,” 26 Energy Law Journal 437 (2005) (co-author)

Stephanie represents independent power producers, power marketers, trade associations, and others in a wide variety of regulatory matters before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), state public utility commissions, and courts of appeal.  Among other things, Stephanie advises clients on matters arising under the Federal Power Act, the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978, the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 2005, and the rules of regional transmission organizations and independent system operators.  Stephanie also represents clients on transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, interconnection agreements, bankruptcy proceedings, and electric purchase and sales contracts. 

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Credentials

J.D., Duke University

M.A., Duke University

B.A., English, Amherst College

District of Columbia

U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit

Energy Bar Association

Matters

Represented independent power producers and trade associations in proceedings before FERC concerning the structure of electricity markets in various regions of the United States, including proceedings regarding the design of capacity markets.

Advised clients on operational and compliance issues involving the market rules of PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., the New York Independent System Operator, Inc., ISO New England Inc., and the Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc.

Advised transmission developers on matters relating to ratemaking proceedings and open access transmission tariffs before FERC.

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Represented independent power producers and trade associations in proceedings before FERC concerning the structure of electricity markets in various regions of the United States, including proceedings regarding the design of capacity markets.

Advised clients on operational and compliance issues involving the market rules of PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., the New York Independent System Operator, Inc., ISO New England Inc., and the Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc.

Advised transmission developers on matters relating to ratemaking proceedings and open access transmission tariffs before FERC.

Advised power producers on energy-related issues arising before FERC and federal courts in connection with the rejection of power and gas sales contracts in bankruptcy.

Represented independent power producers in connection with obtaining FERC authorization to sell electric energy, capacity, and ancillary services at market-based rates, exempt wholesale generator and qualifying facility status, and transfers of FERC-jurisdictional assets.

Assisted independent power producers and developers on regulatory and transactional aspects of electric generation and transmission project development and financing.

Advised financial institutions, private equity clients and power producers in acquisitions and divestitures of electric generating and transmission assets.

Insights

Newsletter

August 8, 2019
Energy Newsletter - August 2019

Newsletter

August 3, 2016
Energy Newsletter - August 2016

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Matters

Represented independent power producers and trade associations in proceedings before FERC concerning the structure of electricity markets in various regions of the United States, including proceedings regarding the design of capacity markets.

Advised clients on operational and compliance issues involving the market rules of PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., the New York Independent System Operator, Inc., ISO New England Inc., and the Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc.

Advised transmission developers on matters relating to ratemaking proceedings and open access transmission tariffs before FERC.

See more
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Matters

Represented independent power producers and trade associations in proceedings before FERC concerning the structure of electricity markets in various regions of the United States, including proceedings regarding the design of capacity markets.

Advised clients on operational and compliance issues involving the market rules of PJM Interconnection, L.L.C., the New York Independent System Operator, Inc., ISO New England Inc., and the Midcontinent Independent System Operator, Inc.

Advised transmission developers on matters relating to ratemaking proceedings and open access transmission tariffs before FERC.

Advised power producers on energy-related issues arising before FERC and federal courts in connection with the rejection of power and gas sales contracts in bankruptcy.

Represented independent power producers in connection with obtaining FERC authorization to sell electric energy, capacity, and ancillary services at market-based rates, exempt wholesale generator and qualifying facility status, and transfers of FERC-jurisdictional assets.

Assisted independent power producers and developers on regulatory and transactional aspects of electric generation and transmission project development and financing.

Advised financial institutions, private equity clients and power producers in acquisitions and divestitures of electric generating and transmission assets.

Insights

Newsletter

August 8, 2019
Energy Newsletter - August 2019

Newsletter

August 3, 2016
Energy Newsletter - August 2016

View all

Credentials

J.D., Duke University

M.A., Duke University

B.A., English, Amherst College

District of Columbia

U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit

Energy Bar Association