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[caption id="attachment_20363" align="alignleft" width="300"] image from Charlottesville Tomorrow[/caption] On April 30, 2021, the Virginia Commission issued two orders – one for Dominion and one for Appalachian Power Company – that laid out the annual framework by which each utility will demonstrate compliance with the Virginia Clean...

Panel Discusses GreeneHurlocker’s Funding of $100,000 Scholarship at U of R School of Law   GreeneHurlocker is proud to have been a sponsor of the TomTom Foundation’s “From Classroom to Boardroom Race and Equity Conference” in early April 2021. The sponsorship comes on the heels of our...

After about 18 months of weekly working group meetings and 5 days of rulemaking hearings, the Maryland Commission has approved for publication new rules governing supplier consolidated billing (SCB). In May 2019, the Commission entered an Order granting a petition filed by six retail energy suppliers to...

Eric Wallace and CCSA’s Leslie Elder Talk Community Solar in the Mid-Atlantic Eric Wallace recently hosted Leslie Elder, the Mid-Atlantic Regional Director of the Coalition for Community Solar Access (CCSA), for the November Edition of the GreeneHurlocker Tuesday 10@10 series to discuss the growth of community...

Click here to register for our Tuesdays 10@10. CCSA’s Leslie Elder To Discuss Community Solar in the Mid-Atlantic Please join us as Eric Wallace, counsel at GreeneHurlocker and a member of the energy law team, welcomes Leslie Elder, Mid-Atlantic Regional Director for the Coalition for Community Solar...

Partner Jared Burden awarded the inaugural GreeneHurlocker Emerging Business Award at Shenandoah Valley Technology Council's virtual event, Tech Nite, held October 7, to Sproutly LLC.   The GreeneHurlocker Emerging Business Award is given annually to a Shenandoah Valley emerging technology company or entrepreneur that's already operating at...