Mr. Lindl develops, advances and defends regulatory policies empowering customers and communities to choose the source of their electricity. His practice centers on community choice aggregation and customer-based resources such as solar, energy storage and combined heat and power. His work includes administrative hearings, workshops and policymaking in a number of different state and federal jurisdictions. His experience, which put him in a hearing room at the California Public Utilities Commission three days after he passed the bar in 2009, gives Mr. Lindl a wide breadth of skills from complex regulatory proceedings to transactional work. Mr. Lindl works out of the firm’s San Francisco Bay Area office.
Professional Honors and Activities
- Member of the CCPUC
- Member of the Energy Bar Association
- Integrated Distribution Planning – A Proactive Approach for Accommodating High Penetrations of Distributed Generation Resources, a concept paper for the Interstate Renewable Energy Council, Inc. (May 2013)
- Letting Solar Shine: An Argument to Temper the Over-the-Fence Rule, 36 Ecology L.Q. 4 (2009)
- Forsake the Cubicle for the Crest – 1,650 Miles on the Pacific Crest Trail, The News Marin, August 19, 2005.
- Customer-Based Solutions for the Hawaii Electric System, Empowering consumers to solve the technical and policy challenges required to achieve Hawaii’s clean energy future, on behalf of The Alliance for Solar Choice (August 2014)
- University of Wisconsin, Madison, BBA, Finance and International Business, 2003; completed major in Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies, 2003
- UC Berkeley, School of Law (Boalt Hall), JD, 2009
- Inaugural Winner of the Energy and Climate Change Legal Writing Award