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The Delaware Public Service Commission has established a March 8, 2018 hearing date to consider retail choice enhancements. [caption id="" align="alignright" width="272" class="zemanta-img"] The Delaware General Assembly meets in the Legislative Hall in Dover. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)[/caption] The enhancements include a purchase of receivables program; “seamless moves”...

Client Alert Section 201 Proceeding Announcement:  On Monday January 22, the U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer announced and on January 23, President Trump signed am executive order to provide relief to U.S. manufacturers and impose safeguard tariffs on imported solar cells and modules, based on the investigations, findings,...

But some uncertainties remain. On Thursday, November 16, the Virginia State Air Pollution Control Board unanimously approved a draft rule designed to reduce carbon emissions from fossil generating facilities operating in the Commonwealth. The highly complex regulation, if implemented, would require Virginia generating facilities to participate...

Earlier this week Dominion Energy Virginia (“Dominion”) released a request for proposals (“RFP”) for 300 MW of new solar and onshore wind energy. The company is seeking to either sign power purchase agreements or purchase renewable energy projects that are under development. The facilities must be capable...

Blair Powell, business and energy lawyer, explains what it means to be required to register in a jurisdiction as a foreign entity and what penalties may accrue if you fail to do so. https://youtu.be/OutqzqVu4hc For more information, contact Blair or any of our business lawyers. ...

An article in yesterday’s News & Advance profiled a Lynchburg business that has invested over half a million dollars to produce solar energy at its headquarters. BMS Direct, a company that processes invoices and billing statements, now has over 900 solar panels on the roof of its 80,000-square-foot facility...