Sophia Browning represents energy companies in both litigation and regulatory matters, including contract disputes, project development and regulatory issues before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).
Prior to joining Day Pitney, Sophia worked on energy regulatory matters as a legal intern both at FERC's Office of General Counsel and at NextEra Energy's Office of Federal Regulatory Affairs.
Represented an independent power producer to a favorable result in a $100 million dollar contract dispute against an incumbent utility
Represented energy company in regulatory matters involving FERC, PJM and SPP
Counselled a university with regard to installing solar panels on its campus
Assisted a developer with regulatory hurdles involved in subscribing customers to a new community solar program
Advised a client seeking to build a data center regarding energy procurement options
Advised a municipality regarding Energy Information Administration reporting requirements and compliance
Provided proactive NERC compliance counselling to a large energy industry participant
Recognized by Georgetown University Law Center as an Exceptional Pro Bono Pledge Honoree
Fellow, Center on National Security and the Law at Georgetown University Law Center, 2018-2019