RICHMOND, VA, April 30, 2014 — Eric Hurlocker, a founding partner of GreeneHurlocker PLC, has been named to the Small Solar Working Group (SSWG) Stakeholder Group on Distributed Solar Generation and Net Metering formed to advise the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals & Energy and the Department of Environmental Quality, reports Brian Greene co-managing partner of the firm.
Hurlocker has focused his practice on advising clients in the areas of energy law, as well as commercial transactions and general corporate work for energy and technology companies, manufacturers and services providers for the past twenty years. He graduated from the University of Richmond, was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honor society, and earned his law degree from the University’s School of Law, magna cum laude.
The SSWG was established at the request of stakeholders and with DEQ Director David Paylor’s support. It began meeting in the summer of 2013. It is now comprised of approximately 50 representatives from the solar industry, utilities, conservation groups, local government, state agencies, and academia. The goal of the group is informally and collaboratively to seek common ground in encouraging solar development in Virginia, in keeping with the Commonwealth’s energy policy.
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