Jennifer Ferri is an energy attorney in Jackson Walker’s Austin office. Jennifer’s practice focuses on serving electric power industry clients and large industrial power users in commercial transactions and regulatory matters. Jennifer has leveraged her experience as in-house counsel at an electric utility to advise clients on a broad range of electric power matters, including renewable power purchase agreements, energy finance transactions and regulatory proceedings.
Jennifer also has a strong background in energy trading agreements, including the ISDA, EEI and NAESB agreements.
B.A., cum laude, Williams College
J.D., with honors, University of Texas School of Law
- Articles Editor, Texas Law Review, Vol. 86
- Advising clients on compliance with regulatory requirements that govern the development and operation of electric generation and transmission assets and the purchase and sale of wholesale and retail electricity in Texas
- Interpretation and analysis of Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) rules and Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) Protocols
- Representation of tax equity investors and lenders in renewable energy finance transactions
- Advising clients on the negotiation of interconnection agreements, facility extension agreements, qualified scheduling entity (QSE) service agreements and retail power supply arrangements
- Representation of parties in regulatory proceedings before the PUCT
- Advising governmental and non-governmental entities with respect to the Texas Public Information Act, including requests for letter rulings from the Texas Attorney General
- Co-Author, “Confidentiality of Water Quality Management Plans in Texas,” Jackson Walker Insights (June 23, 2020)