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Energy Law Wisconsin will be at Energy Storage North America October 4-6, 2016

 

Energy Law Wisconsin will be represented at the Energy Storage North America (ESNA) Conference San Diego on October 4th to 6th 2016.    At ESNA Michael Allen will join energy storage thought leaders and others at the United States’ largest energy storage conference.  Energy Law Wisconsin is increasingly involved in energy storage transactions and energy storage regulation, which Michael has written about in the Spring Issue of Natural Resources & Environment, the quarterly publication of the American Bar Association’s Section Environment, Energy & Resources. His article is titled, “Energy Storage: The Emerging Legal Framework (and  why it makes a difference)” is written from the perspective of his 20 plus years of energy transactions experience and lays out some of the basics of energy storage regulation as well as makes a plea for uniform regulation from jurisdiction to jurisdiction to the extent reasonably possible.

Michael will be meeting with other attendees at the Conference to discuss with them their current challenges for developing and maximizing the benefits of energy storage due to multiple layers of still-emerging regulations at the Federal, State and RTO/ISO level. He will also be discussing and exploring innovative business models to maximize the use and value of energy storage facilities with representatives of utilities, developers, policy makers and investors.

If you are interested in hearing about the latest developments in energy storage from at Energy Storage North America, or in reading Michael’s recently published article or sharing your own questions and concerns regarding energy storage, please contact Michael at: mallen@energylawwisconsin.com.

Written on October 3, 2016 at 4:04 pm, by Michael Allen