Vice President at the firm of Duncan, Weinberg, Genzer and Pembroke, P.C.
Jeff Genzer is Vice President at the firm of Duncan, Weinberg, Genzer and Pembroke, P.C., where he has practiced since 1985.
practices energy, utility and environmental law.
He also serves as counsel to a number of national associations, including the National Association of State Energy Officials ("NASEO"), the National Association of Energy Service Companies ("NAESCO"), the National Energy Assistance Directors' Association, the Energy Programs Consortium, the Solar Alliance and the Geothermal Energy Association.
Mr. Genzer has been counsel to NASEO since it was formed in 1986, and has advised them on energy policy matters, drafts legislation and testimony and has been very involved in program implementation.
has also represented NAESCO
for approximately two decades.
Prior to entering private law practice in 1985, Mr. Genzer was the staff counsel and energy lobbyist for the National Governors' Association.
practice involves work before federal and state legislative bodies and administrative agencies, including state public service commissions and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
, as well as the Department of Energy
and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
worked extensively on the Federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act ("ARRA") as well as a variety of implementation issues since enactment in early 2009, including financing issues.
has worked on energy project development, energy efficiency projects, electric and natural gas ratemaking, bulk power supply, transmission system issues (including ISOs and RTOs), contract negotiation, franchise issues, renewable energy projects and energy efficiency programs.
Recent energy projects have included advising clients on energy efficiency, biomass, solar, geothermal, "smart growth" initiatives, ethanol, Plug-in hybrid vehicles, wind and landfill gas, as well as power plant development and electric transmission and distribution infrastructure.
In the environment area he
has been involved especially in the Clean Air Act and Toxic Substances Control act issues, and all phases of environmental reviews for energy projects.
has spoken on numerous occasions, especially on federal legislative activities, energy, environment and utility issues.
He is a graduate of Haverford College and the Washington College of Law of the American University.
resides in Silver Spring, Maryland, with his
has four children.