Kell, Alterman & Runstein, L.L.P.’s energy practice began in 1929, when Gus Solomon established the firm. Solomon supported the creation of a public-utility district in Portland and the development of the Columbia River hydropower system. In 1939, the federal government created the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), and Solomon became the liaison between the public-power movement and the BPA.
Today, our firm continues to build on Solomon’s legacy. Our knowledgeable attorneys assist clients with a range of energy law issues, ranging from relevant tax law to power sales contracts. Our primary objectives are to achieve our clients’ desired results and minimize costs. Contact us today about your issues related to energy law.