David Doot was quoted in an article, "High Court Leaves NJ Power Plant Hopes Dimmed But Not Out," in Law360. In the article, Doot explains the significance of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision striking down state-ordered subsidies for the construction of power plants in Maryland because the nature of those subsidies usurped the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's authority over wholesale electricity markets. The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities had also sought the Supreme Court's review of a similar program that energy distributors successfully challenged in federal court.
Day Pitney hosted a one-hour CLE webinar, "FERC Transmission and Interconnection ANOPR: Overview, Comments and Observations," on December 6.
Energy and Communications partner David Bogan will moderate a panel at Connecticut Power and Energy Society's Fall Conference titled, "How Diverse Voices Are Incorporated In Renewable Energy Development," on October 21.
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Lynn Fountain co-authored the article, "The Relationship Between Voluntary and Compliance Renewable Energy Markets," for Pratt's Energy Law Report with former partner and firm client Flossie Davis, Assistant General Counsel with Exelon Corporation.
Day Pitney Attorney Amanda Gurren has been appointed to chair Connecticut Power and Energy Society's New Energy Professionals Committee.
Day Pitney's promotion of Hartford-based partners Andraya Pulaski Brunau and Lynn M. Fountain was featured on MetroHartford Alliance.
Day Pitney's election of 11 attorneys to partnership nationwide was featured in the Connecticut Law Tribune.
Day Pitney LLP promoted 11 attorneys to partner in the firm's three core departments: Corporate and Business Law, Litigation, and Individual Clients.
Day Pitney Renewable Energy Attorneys advised and represented Mayflower Wind Energy LLC, a major developer of offshore wind energy generation projects, in the filing of the regulatory applications seeking approval to construct and operate a 1,200 megawatts transmission connector facility interconnecting in Falmouth, Massachusetts.