Florence Davis and Carter Wall of Franklin Beach Energy wrote an article, "Commercial Solar: A Potential Revenue Source for Property Owners," for Bloomberg BNA's Daily Environment Reporter. The article discusses the details of contracting for solar use and explores factors for businesses to consider when determining whether on-site solar is right for them. A drop in solar panel costs is driving more deployment of this technology and there can be significant benefits from on-site solar projects, including reduced utility costs. As with any large capital investment, the article explains, it is important to carefully consider available options, risks and obligations before entering into any on-site solar arrangement.
On January 30, Jed Davis will speak at The Knowledge Group Webcast, "Best Strategies in Protecting Your Firm Against Hackers: What Hackers Can and Cannot Do?"
On October 28, Tom Havens will be speaking at EEI's Fall Legal Conference in Chicago, IL at the Fairmont Chicago.
On September 22 and 23, Dave Doot, Tom Havens and Florence Davis will participate at Law Seminars International's 13th Annual Comprehensive Conference on Energy in the Northeast in Boston.
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Joe Fagan was quoted in an article, "For rebuffed Jordan Cove LNG, pipeline was the stumbling block at FERC," in S&P Global Market Intelligence.
Jeff Clopeck was quoted in an article, "Cautious optimism seen as equity crowdfunding begins," in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.
Harold Blinderman was quoted in an article, "Coal Co.'s Win Won't Diminish EPA's Regulatory Clout," in Law360. In the article, he discusses the significance of the case, Murray Energy Corporation et al v. Administrator of Environmental Protection Agency, in which the federal District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia granted summary judgment to Murray Energy.
Joe Fagan was quoted in an article, "Pipeline Fights May Determine Scope Of Climate Reviews," in Law360. The article is about how an increase in legal challenges by environmental groups claiming that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission must examine the climate change impacts of increased natural gas drilling before approving pipelines could help define the boundaries of a landmark 2004 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that limited the scope of federal environmental reviews to actions within an agency's authority.
John McLafferty was quoted in an article,"New pay equity law offers fertile ground for litigation," in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.