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Distributed generation law : a guide to regulations, policies, and programs

Author: Sarah A W Fitts; Florence K S Davis; American Bar Association. Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources,
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : American Bar Association, Environment, Energy, and Resources Section, [2020] ©2020
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"The transformation of the electric grid from the traditional central station model to a more dynamic and interconnected system of distributed generation and distribution is a huge change in our lives, and yet one that is barely noticeable in day-to-day life unless you actually are looking for it. If you are looking, though, the rate of change is breathtaking. I know this first hand because in the roughly three  Read more...
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Distributed generation law
Chicago, Illinois : ABA Publishing, American Bar Association, [2020]
(DLC) 2020017472
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah A W Fitts; Florence K S Davis; American Bar Association. Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources,
ISBN: 9781641056557 164105655X
OCLC Number: 1151513108
Description: xxv, 370 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction and overview / Aaron Levine and Manisha Patel --
Legal framework : Federal / Sam Panarella --
The role of State law in distributed generation policy / David A. Fitzgerald --
State highlights --
The economics of distributed generation / Karl R. Rábago --
Project siting, permitting, and environmental issues / Amy Antoniolli --
Financing energy projects --
Privacy and cybersecurity / Monica M. Berry, Steve Cash, Sophia Browning, and Margaret Czepiel --
Energy storage in distributed generation / William Holmes --
The present and future of electric vehicle charging stations / A. Christopher Young, Marc Machlin, and Erica H. Dressler --
Climate change, Paris Agreement and international obligation / Jane Montgomery --
Mission essential : energy resilience for the U. S. Department of Defense / Wilson Rickerson, Taite McDonald, Michael Wu, and Chris Murray --
The law of distributed generation in the United States : conclusions / Professor K.K. DuVivier.
Responsibility: Sarah A.W. Fitts, Florence K.S. Davis, editors.

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"The transformation of the electric grid from the traditional central station model to a more dynamic and interconnected system of distributed generation and distribution is a huge change in our lives, and yet one that is barely noticeable in day-to-day life unless you actually are looking for it. If you are looking, though, the rate of change is breathtaking. I know this first hand because in the roughly three years we have been working on this book the landscape already has evolved dramatically. In this time, topics we thought were interesting, such as battery storage, became drivers to the discussion while other topics faded in relevance. Indeed, one of the challenges of writing this book is our effort to assemble information that would remain interesting and useful to readers even as the technology and the law advanced. With the help of all of the authors and other contributors to this project, I think we have achieved this"--

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