Eric W. Hurlocker, co-managing partner of the GreeneHurlocker law firm, has been elected to a second term on the Board of the Maryland, District of Columbia and Virginia Solar Energy Industry Association, association executive director Dana Sleeper announced recently.
Hurlocker joined the MDV-SEIA Board of Directors in 2013 and also serves as general counsel to the association. His work for the MDV-SEIA Board includes identifying and addressing issues in Virginia and the other states served by MDV-SEIA that may affect solar and other renewable power development.
“What a great time this is to be serving the solar industry, with so much positive change on the national level, the regional level, and particularly in Virginia, where my firm is located,” he explained.
MDV-SEIA members design, sell, integrate, install, maintain and finance solar energy equipment for residential, commercial, and institutional customers throughout the region and the membership includes accountants, attorneys, builders, architects, electricians, plumbers, and consultants that support solar industries, according to the group. Solar has made tremendous strides in the Mid-Atlantic over the last few years and MDV-SEIA has led the policy changes that have created this market, reports its website.
Hurlocker represent clients involved in renewable energy matters including solar energy producers, investors and suppliers, retail energy generators and distributors, and renewable energy companies and distributors. He has been an energy lawyer for over twenty years and earned his law degree at the University of Richmond’s School of Law.