Drew Stuyvenberg is an associate in the Global Projects group at Baker Botts. Mr. Stuyvenberg comes to the firm with more than 8 years’ experience in state and federal regulatory settings. Mr. Stuyvenberg's practice focuses on regulatory and transactional matters in the energy industry.
Prior to joining Baker Botts, Mr. Stuyvenberg worked at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, where he managed contentious environmental reviews for nuclear power plant license renewals, aided in the development of the landmark Continued Storage Rule, and frequently engaged governmental, industry, and public stakeholders.
Mr. Stuyvenberg managed Tribal, federal interagency, and state-level consultation processes pursuant to the Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act, Coastal Zone Management Act, National Historic Preservation Act, Magnuson-Stevens Act, and Clean Air Act.
Mr. Stuyvenberg has served as a witness in agency adjudicatory proceedings on matters related to electric power generation, electric transmission, and energy efficiency. He frequently supported legal staff in adjudicatory matters related to the electric power industry.
Prior to joining the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Mr. Stuyvenberg managed an intervention in electric utility planning before the North Carolina Utilities Commission.
In 2004, Mr. Stuyvenberg was the research fellow at the National Commission on Energy Policy.