Hannah Roskey is an energy and regulatory litigator in Calgary, assisting utilities, electricity market participants, project proponents, and other companies before regulatory authorities and the courts. She regularly advises clients on facility and rate applications, litigation and commercial disputes, and Indigenous and environmental law matters.
In her practice Hannah is involved in all stages of project development, including drafting applications, coordinating Indigenous and stakeholder engagement, liaising with experts in different disciplines, providing representation in contested applications, and assisting in appeals and review and variance matters. Hannah has worked with parties applying to build electrical transmission facilities, renewable energy projects, solar and wind farm facilities, oil & gas and mineral extraction ventures, and telecommunications projects.
With experience before all levels of court in Alberta, Hannah also appears in arbitrations, mediations, and regulatory proceedings before the Alberta Utilities Commission, the Alberta Energy Regulator, the British Columbia Utilities Commission, the British Columbia Oil & Gas Commission, and the National Energy Board. Shortly after her call to the bar, Hannah was seconded to the regulatory department of a large Alberta electrical utility.
Hannah regularly volunteers with the Women’s Centre of Calgary and sits on the Board of Bridges Social Development, which provides support and training to youth and young adults, primarily in Indigenous communities. Upon graduation from law school, Hannah was awarded the Dean Michael Wylie Social Responsibility Award for contributions to the understanding and resolution of social and human rights issues.