Jennifer represents electric cooperatives, renewable energy generators, and other clients on a wide range of electric power regulatory matters, including compliance with state and federal rules governing the electric industry, establishing or expanding operations in the ERCOT market, and contested case proceedings and rulemakings before the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT).
With a previous background at both the PUCT and the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), Jennifer has extensive experience in electric power regulatory matters and an in-depth knowledge of the complex regulatory requirements for ERCOT wholesale and retail electricity market participants. She advises clients on compliance with the Public Utility Regulatory Act, PUCT rules, North American Electric Reliability Corporation Standards, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission policy matters, and ERCOT policy matters.
Jennifer is an active supporter of the Austin Independent School District (AISD), serving on the AISD Facilities and Bond Planning Advisory Committee and the Boundary Advisory Committee.
University of Texas at Austin School of Law, Law, 2010, J.D.
Texas State University, Undergraduate, 2002, B.A., Political Science
Areas of Practice
- Energy Power and Natural Resources
- Energy Regulatory
- Power and Renewables
Compliance training for wholesale electricity market transactions and operations in the ERCOT market.
Regulatory investigation proceeding before the PUCT and Texas Reliability Entity.
Retail Electric Provider agreements.
- Jennifer Littlefield |May 2020
Bulk-Power System Executive Order: Implications for Current Projects, Future Projects, and NERC ComplianceBy Jennifer Littlefield |May 2020
- Jennifer Littlefield |April 2020
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