Trump Names Two To FERC
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President Donald J. Trump announced his intent to nominate the following individuals to FERC:
• Mark C. Christie, of Virginia, to be a Member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Mark Christie is the Chairman of the Virginia State Corporation Commission, and has served as a utility regulator for 16 years.
Christie, a Republican, is to be nominated to fill the vacancy that will be left as Bernard McNamee said that he would not seek another term.
• Allison Clements, of Ohio, to be a Member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Allison Clements has over two decades of public and private sector experience in Federal energy regulation. Ms. Clements is the founder and president of Goodgrid, LLC, an energy policy and strategy consulting firm based in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Previously, Ms. Clements spent 2 years as director of the energy markets program at Energy Foundation. Before this she worked for a decade at Natural Resources Defense Council in New York, New York, as the organization’s corporate counsel and then as director of the Sustainable FERC Project.
Ms. Clements also spent several years in private legal practice
Clements, a Democrat, is to be nominated to fill the vacancy left by the prior departure of Commissioner Cheryl LaFleur