Todd F. Kimbrough is an energy attorney who focuses his practice on regulatory and utility issues for participants in electricity and natural gas markets in the United States and abroad.
Mr. Kimbrough has been involved in the approval or development of more than $25 billion in electricity infrastructure improvements. He has counseled utilities in rate cases, certificate of convenience and necessity (CCN) proceedings, and IRP approvals in Texas, Georgia, New Mexico, North Carolina, and before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). He also regularly represents market participants before the Texas Reliability Entity (Texas RE) and other NERC regional entities.
Mr. Kimbrough is well-versed in drafting and negotiating complex agreements for the construction and operation of power plants as well as purchased power agreements and other related transactions.
In addition to providing transactional and regulatory counsel, Mr. Kimbrough actively participates in Regional Transmission Organization (RTO) stakeholder processes at the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) and the Southwest Power Pool (SPP). He has twice been elected to the Wholesale Market Subcommittee of ERCOT. He also has been elected to ERCOT's Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) and its Protocol Revisions Subcommittee (PRS).
Mr. Kimbrough previously served as General Counsel and interim CEO for the third-largest municipal electric utility in Texas.
Before entering law, Mr. Kimbrough was a Commissioner's Advisor at the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) and managed Texas governmental affairs for a major retail electric provider.
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