Jacqueline Triggs

Associate, Washington, DC



Jackie is an associate in the Washington DC office of White & Case LLP in the Energy Markets & Regulatory practice of the Energy, Infrastructure and Project Finance Group. Jackie's practice focuses on regulatory, compliance, administrative litigation, and enforcement matters before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("FERC"). She has represented and counseled clients in matters before FERC involving Federal Power Act ("FPA") Section 205 electric market-based rates and transmission formula rates, transaction approvals pursuant to Section 203 of the FPA, and Office of Enforcement investigations, audits, and electric reliability inquiries. Jackie has experience with renewable technologies, including battery storage. Jackie has experience advising energy market participants on registering and operating within the U.S. organized markets ("RTOs/ISOs").

In addition, Jackie has experience in domestic and international transactions, primarily in the energy industry, including project development, mergers and acquisitions, strategic transactions, and commercial agreements.

Bars and Courts
District of Columbia
Washington University in St. Louis
Washington University in St. Louis


Representation of TotalEnergies Renewables USA in its acquisition from Austin, Texas-based Core Solar, LLC of 4GW of utility-scale solar and energy storage development projects across several U.S. states and power markets.

Advise and prepare FPA Section 203 filings on behalf of power market participants seeking Commission authorization and advise on pre-and post-merger FPA Section 203 compliance activities.

Advise and prepare FPA Section 204 filings on behalf of electric utilities seeking Commission authorization.

Representation of electric utilities in obtaining and maintaining FPA Section 205 market-based rate authority and advice on related rates issues.

Counsel clients on FERC developments regarding FPA Sections 203 and 205 policy issues with respect to governance, control, and affiliation.

Counsel clients on implementation and compliance issues related to FERC Order No. 860 and the market-based rate relational database.

Advise energy companies on compliance with FERC and other regulations on a range of transactional matters. Complete due diligence and provide corporate support in connection with energy related transactions, financings, and corporate matters.

Representation of electric utilities in FERC transmission rate cases.*

Representation of power market participants in connection with non-public FERC self-reports.*

Provided anti-market manipulation and FERC compliance training to natural gas and power traders, generators, and natural gas pipelines *

Provided representation in obtaining certifications of exempt wholesale generator (“EWG”) status.*

Served on team advising energy market participants in responding to a joint inquiry conducted by FERC and NERC into Winter Storm Uri.*

*Denotes attorney experience gained prior to White & Case.