Mary Anne Sullivan is a partner at Hogan Lovells and former head of the firm’s energy regulatory practice. Her practice spans the energy spectrum, with a particular focus on innovative and reduced carbon energy alternatives. She previously served as General Counsel and Deputy General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Energy. Sullivan uses her broad knowledge of the industry and the regulatory environment to assist her clients taking advantage of new opportunities in the market. Whether pursuing permitting of offshore wind or new transmission for renewable energy, developing infrastructure for electric vehicle deployment or manufacturing capabilities for advanced biofuels, seeking funding for new nuclear or renewable technologies, or applying energy efficiency standards to new product designs, clients seek her guidance to navigate the requirements and realize the benefits of today’s dynamic energy markets. She is a member of the Board of Trustees of Fordham University, and she is an Ambassador for C3E, DOE’s initiative for advancing women in clean energy. She previously served as a member of Oak Ridge National Laboratory Technology Partnership Advisory Board and the Board of Directors of the Energy Bar Association.