By J. Wylie Donald , Partner, McCarter & English
Well, it was only a matter of time before renewable energy hit the mainstream. By which we mean that the bloom comes off the road as the rubber hits the rose.
Yesterday the FBI raided the headquarters...
Columbia Law School's Center for Climate Change Law (CCCL) has prepared a first draft of a model small-scale solar-siting ordinance . The model ordinance offers a framework that can enable municipalities to implement and enforce the effective and...
By Linda M. Bullen, Shareholder, Lionel Sawyer & Collins; General Editor Bradley M. Marten
Solar energy is one of the cleanest and most abundant renewable energy sources in the world. Although current technology exists which allows the effective...
By Laura Mulry, Fellow, Center for Climate Change, Columbia Law School
April 2011 was an eventful month for massive solar projects in California and their unlikely opponent: the desert tortoise. As climate change, overpopulation, and development place...
Partly driven by an oversupply of cheaper panels from China, the domestic solar market had its best year in 2012, with the growth in installations outpacing that of the global market, according to an annual report.
The report, from the Solar Energy...