AREA OF PRACTICE
Phil Small is the Co-Practice Leader of the Firm's Energy, Utilities and Environmental Group. He has over 35 years of wide-ranging commercial and litigation experience in energy, public utility and environmental law. His energy and public utility law experience includes siting and permitting, development, financing, acquisition, sales and purchases of renewable (solar, wind, hydro, biomass and fuel cell) and conventional electric generating facilities; engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts; interconnection, equipment sales, and O&M agreements; wholesale and retail energy purchase and sales agreements; major commercial energy transactions, administrative and appellate litigation and utility ratemaking. His environmental law experience includes air, hazardous waste, water litigation, enforcement, permitting, siting and counseling.
Phil represents electric, gas and other utilities, project developers and owners, exempt wholesale generators, natural gas pipelines, equipment manufacturers and vendors, retail utility suppliers and customers, and transportation and manufacturing companies in a wide variety of federal and state energy regulatory, administrative litigation and commercial matters, and in environmental counseling, litigation and enforcement matters.
Prior to joining Brown Rudnick, Phil was Assistant General Counsel for Northeast Utilities, where he was the primary attorney responsible for all environmental law matters and for significant public utility regulatory matters.
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