D.C. Circuit Decision Brings Uncertainty to CHP Participation in Demand Response Markets

On May 23, 2014, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued a decision with important implications for the owners of resources used to control the amount of demand a retail electric customer places on the power system − so-called “demand response” (DR) resources −…

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Gary Newell Featured in District Energy Magazine

Jennings, Strouss & Salmon energy attorney, Gary J. Newell, is featured in the latest edition of District Energy magazine. Read the full article: Recent PURPA Enforcement Actions: Do they signal a policy shift at FERC? Watch this video to hear Gary Newell discuss additional information about the Public Utility Regulatory…

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Alternatives to Courthouse Litigation: Resolving Commercial Disputes Without Filing a Lawsuit

Alston discusses why filing a lawsuit should be viewed as the final option to pursue a resolution in a commercial dispute. Exploring alternative dispute resolution options such as mediation and arbitration can often reduce expenses and time to a resolution, and can potentially preserve business relationships. While alternative dispute resolution cannot resolve every dispute, it should be considered before entering into the judicial system.

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Conversion to Natural Gas: Navigating the legal hurdles

By Joel Greene and Elizabeth Teuwen, Attorneys, Jennings Strouss & Salmon PLC; and Jim Adams, PE, Director of Utilities, Cornell University Published in the first-quarter 2013 issue of District Energy by the International District Energy Association It is hard to ignore the growing popularity of natural gas. We are routinely bombarded…

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