O. Julia Weller
Recognized in:Energy Law
Law School:Georgetown University Law Center
Location:1875 K Street, NW, Suite 700Washington, DC 20006
- Georgetown University Law Center, LLM, graduated 1979
- McGill Law School, LL.B, graduated 1978
- District of Columbia, District of Columbia
- Canadian American Bar Association - Member
- DC Bar Association - Member
- Energy Bar Association - Member
- Women's Council on Energy & the Environment - Member
Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America for work in:
- Energy Law
Areas of Expertise:
- Renewable Energy
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Attorney Case History
Kyrgyzstan on the CASA 1000 Transmission Project, which will enable the sale of excess summer hydropower from Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to energy-starved Pakistan and Afghanistan by building a 1300 mw DC line from Central Asia to South Asia.
Jamaica drafting amendments to the Electricity Law to attract private investment in generation and distribution to reduce end user tariffs
Saudi Arabia, advising the Electricity and Cogeneration Authority on a variety of issues related to proposed investment in grid-scale solar and atomic power generation to displace thermal power.
Albania under a USAID-funded project on a draft Power Sector Law and discussions with the Energy Community Secretariat regarding amendments to the Albanian Market Design and Albania's Electricity Law and Renewable Energy Law.
Central and Eastern Europe leading a legal review of sector policies addressing climate change and promoting the transition to low carbon economies.
Ukraine on compliance of Ukrainian laws with the Protocol on Accession of Ukraine to the Energy Community; reviewing electricity sector legal acts, and advising on drafting amendments to bring laws in line with those of European Commission Directives
Central Asia on creation of regional electricity and gas markets to encourage coordination of cross-border interconnection investments.