In Memoriam: Harold L. Talisman

Ade Adeniyi


Ade Adeniyi

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Ade focuses her practice on the regulation of electricity and natural gas pipelines, and represents clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).

Prior to joining Wright & Talisman, as an attorney-advisor in FERC’s Office of the General Counsel, Ade advised on and drafted FERC orders regarding utilities’ compliance with Order No. 864 (Public Utility Transmission Rate Changes to Address Accumulated Deferred Income Taxes), Fast-Start Pricing, temporarily owned interconnection facilities associated with generation facilities, and other matters related to Regional Transmission Organization-operated energy, capacity, and ancillary services markets. Ade also participated in FERC’s Market Working Group meetings to make legal and policy recommendations on novel market issues arising from distributed energy storage resources.

Ade’s extensive experience working for the public sector includes previously serving as a staff attorney for a Public Service Commission, where she advocated in ratemaking proceedings, advised on and proposed rule changes relating to Capacity Supply Plans, and presented contested and non-contested petitions.

New York (practice limited to matters/proceedings before federal courts and agencies)

Emory University School of Law, J.D. (2017)

University of Lagos, LL.B.

Association of International Petroleum Negotiators

Energy Bar Association

“IP Theory,” Emory University School of Law, Journal Editor, 2015-2016
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