Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

Editor-in-Chief's Message

Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

Editor-in-Chief's Message

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"To obtain an assured favorable response from people, it is better to offer something for their stomachs instead of their brains."

Albert Einstein, advice to a chocolate manufacturer, March 19, 1954

One of the distinctive features of the Energy Law Journal is that it written for practitioners in the energy field. With all due respect, I must disagree with Albert Einstein for we think it is important to strive for a favorable response from readers by offering "something for the brain."

Lofty legal principles have significant, real world implications for energy consumers, market participants, policymakers, and other industry stakeholders. Energy concerns swirl at the crossroads of law, policy, and politics. Among the significant concerns are the impact of climate change and demand response, the appropriate role of electric transmission grid operators, the globalization of energy markets and international implications of events in China, the rise of wind power, and how to resolve disputes efficiently in competitive and fastmoving markets without resorting to litigation. …

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