Katy Morsony specializes in regulatory law and administrative litigation as related to the energy industry. Katy has engaged in a wide range of advocacy activities before the California Public Utilities Commission. Her advocacy centers on California’s energy efficiency and greenhouse gas programs, energy contracts, ratemaking, utility safety and alternative fuel vehicles. These matters add to Katy’s regulatory experience at the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, DC with the Bureau of Competition and as a Congressional Liaison Specialist in the Office of Congressional Relations.
- Advocates before the CPUC in utility general rate cases on behalf of natural gas and electricity end-use customers.
- Promotes the interests of combined heat and power in CPUC energy efficiency and demand side management proceedings.
- Counsels clients on the impact of California and Federal greenhouse gas policy initiatives.
- Advocates across multiple jurisdiction to limit utility participation in and related potential harm to competitive markets.
- Monitors the California ISO, California Air Resources Board, California Public Utilities Commission and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission activities to highlight concerns for clients.
- Interprets California and Federal statutes as well as contract terms to determine potential impact on clients.
- Participates in California Public Utilities Commission efforts to reform rate case and reliability reporting requirements in the interest of large customers.
The University of Texas School of Law
J.D. With Honors
Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
B.A., Phi Beta Kappa