Energy Attorneys Discuss Shortfalls of State's New Energy Policy in CT Law Tribune
Publisher: Connecticut Law Tribune
July 12, 2013
David Doot and Sebastian Lombardi authored an opinion piece for the July 12 edition of the Connecticut Law Tribune, on why "Connecticut's New Energy Strategy Is Not Quite Comprehensive." They write that issues of gas transportation, energy capacity and price spikes should be addressed through regional plans that supplement the state's energy strategy.
Day Pitney Attorneys Joseph H. Fagan, Harold M. Blinderman, Margaret Czepiel and Samantha Regan authored the article, "FERC Issues Two Policy Statements Impacting Natural Gas Infrastructure Projects," for Pratt's Energy Law Report.
Day Pitney Renewable Energy Attorneys completed two major transmission siting filings in Massachusetts and Rhode Island related to a second 1,200 MW offshore wind transmission connector project for Mayflower Wind Energy LLC (Mayflower Wind), a major developer of offshore wind energy generation and related transmission projects.