Shelley N. Fidler

Principal, Governmental Affairs, Energy and Environmental Policy



1050 Thomas Jefferson Street NW
Seventh Floor
Washington, DC 20007
  • Staffs clients in accessing the firm’s deep understanding of the business impacts of specific laws and regulations
  • Secured multi-million dollar tax credit for client’s advance manufacturing facility
  • Provided the contacts and strategy to obtain private letter tax ruling enabling a client to grow its business
  • Navigated difficult politics to free client from costly and unnecessary regulation
  • Assisted client in identifying recipients for multi-million dollar philanthropic grants to transform the energy sector
  • Along with colleagues, created new model for clients to partner with government to develop innovative clean energy technologies


The U.S. Policy and Political Landscape and its Potential Impacts on the Glass Industry: Through a Glass Darkly

The 72nd Conference on Glass Problems, 179 (C. Drummond, III ed., 2012)

Designing a Climate-Friendly Energy Policy: Options for the Near Term

Pew Center on Global Climate Change


27th Annual Campus Energy Conference

Co-presenter, "Building Campus and Community Energy Systems: A Checklist Approach for Planning District Energy CHP and Microgrids"
International District Energy Association
Atlanta, GA