Kevin Brocks graduated from the Cornell Law School in 1980. He joined the Staff of the NYSDPS in August 1980. While at the NYSDPS Mr. Brocks represented the Staff in a variety of environmental and rate proceedings, including investigations regarding power plant coal conversions and the siting of new generation facilities.

In March 1983, Mr. Brocks entered private practice. Mr. Brocks has been actively involved in electric industry restructuring in New York State on behalf of Retail Energy Service Companies since the inception of retail competition. He has represented individual ESCOs as well as coalitions of ESCOs in NYSDPS proceedings on all aspects of retail competition since 1998. He has worked on a wide range of matters for water, gas and electric utilities in a variety of jurisdictions. He has represented a number of clients in water quality and service issues, including extensive involvement in a proceeding regarding water quality before the Nassau County Board of Health.

Mr. Brocks has served as the attorney for Planning and Zoning Boards, providing advice on zoning, environmental and land use matters. Mr. Brocks has also represented clients before the New York State Department of Health, NYSPSC, NYSDEC, as well as federal and state courts, on a range of complex environmental, public health and enforcement matters. He currently represents the Municipal Utility Electric Association and New York Municipal Power Agency.