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Renewable Energy World | Will States Take Over Demand Response Markets?

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 […]

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EDF Energy Exchange | New York Draws Lessons on Utility Regulation from Across the Pond

As New York scales up its “Reforming the Energy Vision (REV)” activities, the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) has published a new Energy Exchange blog on lessons New York energy regulators can take from their British counterparts, who have introduced the RIIO model in recent years. EDF’s blog cites the recent Guarini Center roundtable discussion on

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Greentech | What Does New York’s ‘Energy Vision’ Mean for Utility Jurisdiction and Regulators?

“We need a bit more evolution until we know how those transactions will get structured,” said Richard Miller (’87) of ConEd about the proposed Distributed System Platform Providers at a recent Guarini Center event sponsored by Latham & Watkins LLP. READ MORE

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Further delay in implementing emissions cuts leaves planet “depending on luck” says Princeton professor – NYU law visiting professor and author of new IPCC report

For Immediate Release November 4, 2014 NEW YORK- Noted climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer, a principal author of a just-released Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report and a professor at Princeton and NYU Law visiting professor, said that further delay in reaching an international agreement to cut global greenhouse gas emissions would amount to a highly

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In the LNG Export Debate, the WTO Can’t be Ignored

By Danielle Spiegel-Feld Published in Breaking Energy June 23, 2014 If history is any guide, the Russian energy firm Gazprom’s recent decision to cut off gas to Ukraine will stoke the already raging debate over whether the Department of Energy (DoE) should allow increased natural gas exports from the United States. Stakeholders have raised myriad economic and environmental concerns

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Clean Power Plan Proposed Rule “provides strong incentives for innovation” in Electricity Sector

NEW YORK- Richard B. Stewart, Director of the Guarini Center for Environmental, Energy, and Land Use Law at New York University School of Law issued the following statement: “Today’s power plant carbon regulatory initiative by the Obama administration is a major step forward in addressing climate change. By allowing wide flexibility, including cap and trade

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