Dennis P. Langen
is a partner whose practice focuses on regulation of energy development, infrastructure and markets. He has experience and extensive knowledge in the areas of deregulated electricity markets, the economic regulation of electric utilities and in the permitting and approval of electricity facilities, including alternative and traditional generation, transmission and distribution. Given his experience, Dennis regularly advises clients on all aspects of federal and provincial energy regulation, including environmental, engineering, operational, indigenous, economic, market and compliance aspects. He represents independent system operators and electricity market participants (generators, renewable developers, importers and exporters) in respect of facility, economic, market and surveillance issues. He frequently appears, and advises clients in relation to proceedings, before the National Energy Board and the Alberta Utilities Commission. Dennis is also a professional engineer, and often applies his technical expertise when advising clients.
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