May 13, 2013 - Harrisburg, Pa. - Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC recently announced shareholder Alan M. Seltzer and former Pennsylvania Public Utility Commissioner Kim Pizzingrilli are serving as co-chairs of the firm’s Power Generation, Renewable and Utility Practice Group, which is part of the firm’s leading Energy Section.

Seltzer and Pizzingrilli advise clients on matters concerning power generators, renewable energy companies and utility providers. Buchanan’s attorneys and government relations professionals have worked for years with the federal and state regulatory agencies that govern these large and growing markets, and their knowledge of energy and utility law is significant.

In addition to serving the broad legal needs of traditional electric, solar, wind, water, natural gas telecommunications and wireless clients, Buchanan has worked with companies in many different industries on transactional matters, energy efficiency, and deregulation.

About Seltzer

Selzter focuses his practice on domestic and international electric utility matters with a concentration on transaction issues and litigation/appellate matters before various state and federal courts and administrative agencies. He has recently represented several applicants in regulatory proceedings to site major intrastate and interstate electric transmission lines, clients in the development and financing of major Pennsylvania wind farm project, as well as one of the utility merger parties in a major regulatory proceeding.

About Pizzingrilli

Pizzingrilli has more than 28 years of state government experience – 15 years at the executive level. She previously served on the NARUC Natural Gas Committee and as the Pennsylvania representative on the Mid-Atlantic Distributed Resource Initiative Steering Committee and the Midwest Demand Response Initiative Steering Committee.

About the Firm
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC (www.bipc.com) has more than 450 attorneys and government relations professionals practicing throughout the United States, with offices in California, Delaware, Florida, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington, D.C. ###