Eric Hurlocker

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="519" class="zemanta-img"] Photo of the Virginia State Capitol. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)[/caption] Virginia energy lawyers Eric Hurlocker and Blair Wortham have been keeping up with a multitude of legislative actions during the just completed 2015 Virginia General Assembly.  Here is a brief look at...

On Friday February 20th, the Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) issued a procedural schedule to review Dominion Virginia Power’s application seeking SCC approval to construct a 20 MW solar electric generating facility in Fauquier County, Virginia.  In addition to seeking approval to construct the facility,...

GreeneHurlocker was pleased to be among the sponsors for the Virginia Advanced Energy Industries Coalition (VAEIC) and Maryland, DC, Virginia-Solar Energy Industries Association (MDV-SEIA) Clean Energy Lobby Day (CELD) 2015  Tuesday, February 3rd. The day-long meeting was held at 200 S. 10th Street in Richmond, and brought...

Last week, Dominion Virginia Power filed a petition for a certificate of public convenience and necessity (CPCN) with the Virginia State Corporation Commission (SCC) for a 20 megawatt (MW) solar project.  The company claims that this project would be Virginia’s first large scale, utility solar...

We were pleased to be involved in the University of Richmond and our client, Secure Futures, announcing an agreement to install solar panels on the roof of UR’s Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness. “Being a graduate of both Richmond College and the T.C. Williams...

Customers in 80% of the country’s 50 largest cities would save money if they installed rooftop solar on their homes instead of buying all their electric power from local utilities. That’s from the N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center’s Going Solar in America, a 27-page report...