• Safety Expertise

    Brigham McCown is a safety expert with more than 26 years of executive management, legal and operational experience in local and national governments.
  • Litigation Advice

    Experienced advice in federal security and safety regulations, regulated industries and risk mitigation, crisis response and complex private sector litigation.

    Public Speaking

    “As a nation, I think our conversation must recognize the importance that energy does play in our daily lives. Energy is a necessity, not a luxury.”

    -Brigham McCown
    Clinton School of Public Service
    August 2013
  • Policy Expertise

    Brigham McCown is a seasoned public servant and litigator with extensive knowledge on the transportation of hazardous materials. He helped author the PIPES Act of 2006.

GE Makes Energy Efficiency ‘Current’


It seems as though an “All-of-the-Above” energy strategy is no longer simply for policymakers. General Electric on Wednesday announced a new business, called Current, which will strive to improve energy efficiency for companies around the globe. Connecting GE’s LED, Solar, Energy Storage, and Electric Vehicle businesses with its powerful Predix platform, which identifies and delivers …

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New technologies push clean energy boundaries


Innovative systems of collecting energy from the environment are pushing the boundaries of the current renewable energy landscape, fueling the growth of the market and overall acceptance of green energy as a form of energy production. From pocket-sized wind turbines to solar-paneled bike paths, the green energy movement is reaching new heights of innovative technologies …

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Ambitious LNG Project Could Revive Alaska’s Fortunes

USA, Alaska, Dalton Highway pipeline in valley

Alaska was long at the vanguard of America’s energy industry. At one time the State of Alaska accounted for as much as one-quarter of the entire country’s domestic oil production. Alaska’s vast fields also served as a source of pride – and the backbone of the state’s economy. As production surged, it was common to hear …

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