Irene Moosen has a solo practice in legal, regulatory, strategic planning, and public policy analysis for governmental agencies and energy consumer clients. Recently, she served as an Administrative Law Judge for the California Public Utilities Commission, presiding over diverse matters including the CPUC’s Alternative-fueled Vehicle rulemaking and related Electric Vehicle to Grid pilot applications, Southern California Edison’s request for approval of the Coolwater Lugo Transmission Project and The Port of Long Beach/Southern California Edison Electrification Expansion Agreement. She returned to private practice in May, 2015 and continues to represent clients before federal, state and local agencies regulating the energy industry.
Prior to starting her own practice in 2001, Irene was an attorney for the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) where she practiced as a consumer advocate at the state level and as the CPUC’s attorney before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the Federal Communications Commission. Her recent clients include the Local Government Commission, University of California, San Francisco, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, Sonoma Clean Power Authority as well as small commercial and residential electricity customers. She is experienced in both wholesale and retail electricity regulation and has earned a strong record of successful results for her clients.
Irene earned a Juris Doctorate from Santa Clara University, School of Law, a Masters in Fine Arts degree, in Writing from the University of San Francisco and a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from the University of California, Santa Cruz, in American Studies.