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Sarah Keane Named Among 2020 Top Women in Energy by Denver Business Journal

Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell is pleased to announce Sarah Keane has been honored as one of Denver Business Journal's 2020 Top Women in Energy. The metro-Denver honorees were selected based on their community contributions as well as their experience, expertise, and impact on the Colorado energy industry.

Read Sarah's full interview with the Denver Business Journal here. At Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell we value women's contributions and achievements. Nearly 40% of our partners are women and over 60% of our associates are women. 

Sarah Keane focuses on regulated transactions, litigation, and policy matters involving electric power, clean transportation, and climate change. She regularly counsels clients on pertinent legal and regulatory developments in the areas of climate change, electric vehicles, renewable energy, energy storage, and electricity grid management. She has played a key role in major energy, climate change, and air quality proceedings in Colorado in recent years, including the Colorado Public Utilities Commission’s approval of the Colorado Energy Plan and the Air Quality Control Commission’s adoption of advanced low-emission vehicle standards.

Sarah currently serves as Chair of the Board of Directors for GRID Alternatives Colorado, a unique and remarkable non-profit organization that brings clean energy and transportation solutions to low-income households and disadvantaged communities. 

Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell attorneys are experienced in the development of most forms of electric power generation, including renewable energy from wind, solar, biomass, and hydroelectric power as well as fossil fuels with an emphasis on highly efficient, natural gas-fired projects.  We also have expertise in fuel supply, storage and transportation, integration of intermittent resources and other aspects of grid planning, and transmission infrastructure. We represent clients facing the range of issues and questions regarding development, construction, permitting, land use, and environmental concerns that arise in the development, acquisition, divestiture, and closure of energy resources.