is a partner at Stikeman Elliott LLP whose practice focuses on the regulation of energy development, infrastructure and markets. He has extensive knowledge in the areas of deregulated electricity markets, the economic regulation of electrical utilities and in the permitting and approval of electricity facilities, including alternative and traditional generation, transmission and distribution. Dennis regularly advises clients on federal and provincial energy regulation and he often represents independent system operators and electricity market participants before the regulators. He frequently advises clients on proceedings before the Canada Energy Regulator and the Alberta Utilities Commission. Dennis is also a professional engineer.
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