Florence "Flossie" Davis's practice focuses on transactions involving energy companies, including retail and wholesale power contracts, renewable energy credit ("REC") transactions, demand-side management, utility asset divestitures, and mergers and acquisitions, in each case encompassing both the regulatory matters and transactional work involved in such deals. Flossie has participated in state regulatory proceedings and proceedings before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. In addition, she has worked on a variety of issues involving public utility financings. As Senior Counsel with Constellation Energy from September 2007 through December 2008, Flossie provided primary legal support to the demand response and marketing departments, and was part of the legal team supporting the wholesale energy group, with a focus on renewable energy transactions. She serves on the leadership committee of Day Pitney's firm-wide women's initiative, Women Working Together (WWT®).
Flossie served as law clerk to the senior judges, District of Columbia Court of Appeals, 1997-1998.
Representation of a competitive retail energy supplier in connection with creating contracts for new products, responding to RFPs for retail energy supply and negotiating with potential customers
Regulatory compliance review for a retail energy supplier
Negotiating and drafting demand response, renewable energy credit ("REC") and capacity contracts
Negotiating and drafting power purchase agreements on behalf of buyers and sellers of renewable energy and associated RECs from landfill gas, solar, wind, biomass, and fuel cell generating facilities
Divestiture of nuclear generating facilities pursuant to state electric restructuring legislation
Representation of a large water company before the Connecticut Department of Public Utilities Control in connection with its merger with a foreign water company
Served as counsel for the Information Policy and Billing Dispute Working Groups of the New England Power Pool
Representation of a telecommunications company before the Connecticut Department of Public Utility Control in connection with a corporate restructuring
Assisted foreign public service companies in complying with state regulatory requirements