Mr. Gray’s practice concentrates on energy law and the regulation of public utilities. Within these core practice areas, he regularly represents or advises a wide range of clients with matters before FERC, state public utility commissions, and courts. Mr. Gray has particular experience in utility-related litigation, as demonstrated by his lead role in multiple evidentiary hearings. He also regularly advises clients with respect to rulemaking proceedings, renewable energy policy, legislation, compliance and enforcement matters, stakeholder processes, formal and informal settlement negotiations, transactional matters, Regional Transmission Organization/Independent System Operator matters, and the development of energy projects. In addition, Mr. Gray frequently represents or advises clients with respect to appeals before the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Mr. Gray also represents, on a pro bono basis, low-income clients with regard to disputes with their local utilities.