Professor Richard Stewart, Faculty Director at the Guarini Center, was cited in The Economist on the challenges posed by nuclear waste. Read the article here: Faff and Fallout
“New York’s “Reforming the Energy Vision” (REV) proceeding aims to make the State’s electric distribution systems more efficient and cleaner by animating markets for distributed energy resources (DERs).” “The diagram is a high-level characterization of New York’s electric distribution markets that is intended to provide a stylized view of how the type of markets REV […]
Guarini Center affiliate and NYU School of Law visiting professor Michael Oppenheimer is quoted in a recent Washington Post column that profiles a new high-profile scientific study. The study in question, led by James Hansen of Columbia’s Earth Institute, claims that prominent projections of sea-level rise in the coming decades may fail to account for climatic feedback effects […]
See Nature’s article regarding climate change: Europe Braces for More Climate Litigation which quotes Richard Stewart, NYU Law Professor and Guarini Center Faculty Director; and Michael Oppenheimer, Visiting Professor of Law, NYU; Albert G. Milbank Professor of Geosciences and International Affairs, Princeton University.
Guarini Center fellow Benjamin Mandel writes about how New York can begin to catalyze the transformation of its electric utilities by putting the right incentives in place. Read the full post on Breaking Energy.
See the ENERGYWIRE article providing extensive coverage on the Guarini Center’s recent panel discussion, “The German Energy Transition: Debating Implications for New York State,” here.
See a New York Times article reporting that New Jersey has settled a case that was brought against Exxon Mobil Corp. in 2004, which quotes NYU Law Professor and Guarini Center Faculty Director Richard Stewart at length.
See The Wall Street Journal article providing extensive coverage on the Guarini Center’s recent symposium on natural resources, here.
In an order addressing proposed changes to net metering caps, the New York Public Service Commission extensively cites comments Guarini Center fellows Jonathan Schrag and Ben Mandel. The relevant order can be downloaded here.
How will demand response (“DR”) be compensated in wholesale energy markets under NY’s Reforming the Energy Vision (“REV”) initiative in the wake of the DC Circuit Court’s decision vacating Order 745, and how will the bulk system respond to cuts in peak demand with the growth of distributed energy generation (“DEG”)? Click here to view the […]