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Climate Change Policy Belongs in Congress, Not State Courts

Crafting solutions to address the pressing challenges of our time is Congress’s foremost job. There is no doubt that policy-making can be messy, take time, and require compromise. But, overall…



How to Protect the Corporate Bottom Line When Energy Prices Soar

Oil, gas and power prices are increasing on a daily basis. From weather to world events, inflation has skyrocketed and energy prices are soaring. This has created a market volatility…


Understanding Climate Change Risks Associated with the Power Generation Industry

Increased temperatures, precipitation, sea level, as well as the frequency and severity of extreme events, will inevitably have an impact on the amount of energy generated, transported, and consumed in…


Making Vehicle-to-Grid Technology a Reality in 2022

After a decade of slow growth in the U.S., we’re now seeing an acceleration curve for electric vehicle (EV) adoption, with major auto manufacturers like Ford, Tesla, and Volkswagen coming…


Best Insurance for Next Energy Crisis: Nuclear Power

Nothing gets your attention like a crisis. It exposes what you haven’t done to prepare for it, and what you must do so it never happens again. So it is…


Direct Pay Proposals in the Build Back Better Act and Observations from Industry Insiders

Under current law, there are significant tax benefits for renewable energy projects in the United States. These benefits include nonrefundable ITC and PTC tax credits and depreciation deductions.  From the perspective…