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Federal Preemption and Clean Energy Floors
(North Carolina Law Review, 2013)
Federal policies regarding renewable and clean energy often lack clear definition, are incomplete, and are scattered across multiple statutes and agencies. Yet at the same time, recent decisions of both federal agencies ...
Electric Power Resource "Shuffling" and Subnational Carbon Regulation: Looking Upstream for a Solution
(San Diego Journal of Climate & Energy Law, 2014)
"Resource shuffling" occurs when different subnational approaches to carbon regulation create variations in the costs of production across jurisdictions. California is the most aggressive jurisdiction in the United States ...
Supply and Demand: Barriers to a New Energy Future
(Vanderbilt Law Review, 2012)
Like many fields, energy law has had its ups and downs. A period of remarkable activity in the 1970s and early 1980s focused on the efficiencies arising from deregulation of energy markets, but the field attracted much ...