Josh Robichaud represents clients in matters related to federal and state regulatory policies, regulations and rules applicable to the renewable power and broader electric industry. His experience includes obtaining Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and state authorizations for major projects and transactions; FERC compliance and enforcement matters; FERC transmission and centralized markets issues; and rate, tariff and refund matters. Josh’s recent work has focused on energy transition issues, supporting generation and transmission infrastructure developers and supporting transactions involving renewable energy companies and assets. He also represents energy clients before the Department of Energy on matters concerning electricity export authorizations. Josh also advises clients on state and federal policy issues relevant to the development of offshore wind, including various state solicitation processes and wholesale power market developments relevant to the industry.

Prior to joining Bracewell, Josh worked as a legal intern for the Environmental Protection Agency and as a legal fellow for the American Clean Power Association.