Aaron Bryant

Energy Analyst, Washington, DC



Aaron Bryant is an Energy Analyst working with the Energy Markets and Regulatory group in Washington, DC.

Aaron monitors and provides analysis of developments and trends in the US energy sector, with a particular focus on utilities and power markets. In particular, Aaron focuses on activities of, and client compliance with, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission as well as other relevant federal and state regulatory bodies.

Aaron leads the thought leadership initiative of the Energy Markets and Regulatory team based in Washington. In recent years, Aaron has written and contributed to a range of articles featured in law journals and industry publications as well as alerts for firm clients, focusing on developments and analysis in the energy sector such as offshore wind, electric transmission, hydrogen, and federal policy, among others.

Prior to joining White & Case, Aaron worked in the policy realm in the state of North Carolina. He engaged with lawmakers on behalf of a solar energy trade association and conducted comprehensive research on hydraulic fracturing rules and laws across the country.

Duke University
Political Science
University of Massachusetts





"Regulatory convergence of the Inflation Reduction Act and international subsidiary models," Petroleum Economist Outlook 2024, December 2023 (co-author)

"Electricity Regulation (USA)," Getting The Deal Through published by Lexology, February 2023 (co-author)

"Pivot Potential: A Deep Dive into Offshore Wind in the Gulf of Mexico," LexisNexis Pratt's Energy Law Report, October 2022 (co-author)

"Turning to Transmission: A Critical Connection in the Energy Transition," LexisNexis Pratt's Energy Law Report, March 2022 (co-author)

"Scaling Transmission to Bring U.S. Offshore Wind to the Grid," LexisNexis Pratt's Energy Law Report, October 2021 (co-author)