Kevin Fox is General Counsel for EQ Research. Mr. Fox has consulted and provided legal expertise to numerous energy industry clients for federal and state compliance matters, drafting and negotiation of commercial agreements for various renewable energy projects, interconnection of distributed energy resources, and wholesale power market contracts. Mr. Fox’s experience includes working with public and investor-owned utilities, renewable energy developers, and federal and state-level regulatory commissions. In 2011, Kevin Fox was named one of California’s 25 Leading Clean Tech Lawyers by the Daily Journal.

Selected Publications & Presentations

  • National Renewable Energy Laboratory, “Updating Small Generator Interconnection Procedures for New Market Conditions” (December 2012)
  • Solar America Board of Codes and Standards, “Sustainable, Multi-Segment Market Design for Distributed Solar Photovoltaics” (November 2010)
  • Electricity and Natural Gas Journal, “Developing Opportunities to Expand Opportunities in Community Solar” (June 2010)
  • American Solar Energy Society, Solar Today, “Community Solar: Getting the Policies Right” (March 2010)
  • Solar Power International, (Orlando, FL, September 2012)
  • ANEEL, Net Metering in the United States (Sao Paulo, Brazil, November 2011)
  • Brookings Institution, The Role of Distributed Power Systems in the U.S. Electricity Sector (Washington, D.C., October 2011)
  • Sandia National Laboratory, Utility Wind Integration Group, Hawaii Interconnection Standards & Procedures (Maui, Hawaii, October 2011)
  • U.S. Department of Energy, Solar Energy Technology Program, Solar Boot Camp, Basics Interconnection Policies (Atlanta, GA, August 2011)
  • California Governor’s Distributed Generation Conference, Interconnection Panel (Los Angeles, CA, July 2011)
  • EUCI Utility Scale PV Conference, Updates on State Policy: The Next Big Market (Los Angeles, CA, January 2011)
  • Solar Power International, Introduction to Third Party Ownership (Los Angeles, CA, October 2010)
  • University of San Francisco School of Law, Clean Technology Symposium, Key Issues in Distributed Generation: Regulatory Incentives and Authority (San Francisco, CA, October 2010)


  • J.D., Environmental Law, University of California at Berkeley
  • B.S., Energy Policy Analysis and Planning, University of California at Davis, Summa Cum Laude