1025 Thomas Jefferson St, NW
8th Floor, West Tower
Washington, DC 20007-5201
Shaun C. Mohler principal
Because the price of electrical power is a key cost of production for Shaun Mohler’s clients, he advises and represents these large industrial users in a variety of utility-related matters. These activities may include integrated resource planning, environmental compliance, fuel prices, contracting, generation plant construction, or energy efficiency; all of which relate to the cost that a utility typically attempts to move through rates and fees to their customers. Because of his experience with utility filings and negotiations, his clients turn to him to analyze their electric supply requirements and energy usage to obtain just and reasonable rates for the electric service provided.
A seasoned litigator, Shaun’s work takes him into numerous hearings, where he has developed his skill at drawing out expert testimony to support his clients’ positions, as well as finding the flaws in his opponents’ arguments. He has been involved in numerous FERC proceedings concerning transmission issues and state regulatory proceedings related to electric supply. He has substantial litigation experience at the federal, state, and regulatory level. In addition, Shaun advises and represents clients regarding business, transactional, and regulatory compliance issues, particularly on matters related to electric power supply.
Shaun’s clients include some of the largest steel manufacturers and recyclers in the country, and he represents them and his other clients in federal and state regulatory environments.
Electric and Natural Gas Utility Law
Public Policy and Law
- Legislative, regulatory, and executive ...
- Represented an industrial utility customer in a dispute over the approved costs for a generation plant. Litigation and settlement negotiations limited the cost recovery of the utility and lowered costs for the client as well as all retail rate payers.
- Litigated a case in which a utility sought approval of a plan for the offering of energy efficiency programs and associated rate treatment. The commission dismissed the proceeding without prejudice.
- J.D., American University, Washington College of Law, Law Review: The American University Law Review, Volume 44, Managing Editor, 1994 - 1995
- B.A., University of Virginia
- Circuit Court of Fairfax County, Virginia, Law Clerk to Judge Thomas S. Kenny (Deceased), 1995 - 1996
Bar & Court Admissions
- District of Columbia
- Energy Bar Association