Harold Blinderman and Eric Jedrychowski wrote an article "New Regulations Increase Oversight of Conn. Dams," for The Connecticut Law Tribune. The article is about how Connecticut's dam owners face additional inspection and reporting obligations under revised dam safety regulations implemented by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) in February. While the Connecticut legislature has previously taken steps to require inspections of many dams classified as "high or significant hazard" in Connecticut, DEEP’s revised regulations impose new requirements on most owners and strengthen and clarify various existing regulatory provisions. Implementation of the new regulatory provisions marks the final step in a multiyear process to transfer responsibility for monitoring and inspecting Connecticut's dams from DEEP to dam owners.
Jamie Blackburn moderated the panel "EBA Energizer: Distributed Generation Resources in the DC/Maryland/Virginia Region," which discussed the current state of distributed generation resource integration in the Metro-DC area.
Day Pitney was pleased to be a Premier Sponsor of the Seventh Annual New England Women in Energy and the Environment (NEWIEE) Gala, which took place on April 6, at the Boston Park Plaza.
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Jennifer Galiette will be a speaker at a New England Women in Energy and the Environment (NEWIEE) event hosted on campus at UMass Amherst.
Joseph Fagan was quoted in an article, "1st Circ. Bolsters State Powers In Gas Pipeline Reviews," published in Law360.
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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.