Whether filing a protest before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) concerning transmission cost allocation or litigating capacity market rules, Kimberly Frank is pragmatic and strategic in advancing her client’s interests. She helps clients ranging from electric cooperatives to state regulators to investors in renewable energy understand the economics of complex power markets and the market rules affecting price, competition and reliability.
Kimberly counsels clients investing in renewable power regulated by FERC on compliance with relevant federal energy laws. She advises on procedures for interconnecting to transmission systems and on regulatory issues related to federal and state-regulated electric power transactions.
Active in the energy law bar, Kimberly is a board member of the Charitable Foundation of the Energy Bar Association. At the firm, she is a member of McCarter’s Women’s Initiative Steering Committee, which presides over the policies that have led to the firm receiving Gold Standard Certification from the Women in Law Empowerment Forum for seven of the past eight years.