Peg Moore represents electric utilities and utility affiliates, independent power companies, power marketers, developers of renewable energy, merchant transmission developers, private equity funds, and financial institutions on issues related to power purchases and sales, acquisition and development of power projects including generation and transmission, and electric industry restructuring.
Peg provides advice on the implications of project development and restructuring, involving advanced approvals of sales and acquisitions and market power updates; counsels clients on the associated filings with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC); and represents clients in FERC administrative proceedings. She counsels clients with respect to the compliance issues associated with market-based rate filing requirements of FERC, including project sales and acquisitions, electric quarterly reports, annual interlocking directorate reports, advance approvals for interlocking directorates, and tariff revisions. Peg also regularly represents renewable and alternative energy producers regarding their continuing compliance with FERC’s qualifying facility and exempt wholesale generator status requirements.
In addition to her representation of clients before FERC, Peg provides contract review and transactional advice on interconnection and transmission issues and power purchases and sales, and frequently serves as special energy regulatory counsel for mergers, acquisitions, or sales, providing due diligence, contract review, and other necessary support for closings.
George Washington University School of Law
B.A., magna cum laude, 1977
Phi Beta Kappa
Energy: Electric, 2005-2016
"Best Lawyers in America" by Best Lawyers
Energy Law, 2006-2017
Natural Resources Law, 2006-2017
Leading Lawyer - Energy Regulatory 2014
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Staff Attorney, Office of General Counsel, Electric Rates and Corporate Regulation, 1983-1985
Attorney-Advisor, Office of Administrative Law Judges, 1982-1983