Stephanie is a former federal regulator and has specialised experience identifying regulatory triggers impactful to corporations and investors. Her experience with environmental policy spans over thirty years.

At the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Stephanie worked on national air pollution regulations and climate issues covering the electricity sector. She served as the Director of Climate and Sustainability at Capstone LLP, advising institutional inventors on policy triggers affecting public markets and developing regulatory due diligence. Her experience includes working closely with distressed debt, long short equity, hedge funds and private equity transactions.  

At Global Counsel, she continues to provide strategic insights on the regulatory process for investors and corporations. 

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Russian conflict, Gazprom cut-offs, and climate concerns raise prospects for long-shunned nuclear energy

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The lustre of carbon-free nuclear energy was tarnished after the highly publicised and impactful human-error-related accident at Ukraine’s Chornobyl No. 4 reactor in 1986 and more recently in Japan after a tsunami cut power from critical backup generators at the Fukushima Daiichi plant in 2011. In Europe, the current dependence on Russian oil and natural gas exports is…

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What new US rules mean for fossil-fuel power costs and the future of emissions trading

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The US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed Transport Rule was published in the Federal Register on April 6th. Also known as the “Good Neighbor Rule”, it is sweeping in its geographic scope and breadth. The rule would affect 26 US states; set lower emissions standards for coal and gas fired electricity generators, create new emissions standards for multiple…

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