Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

President's Message

Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

President's Message

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The 2006 EBA Member Survey indicates that over 70% of the membership reads the Energy Law Journal. It represents one of the many benefits provided by the Foundation of the Energy Law Journal and EBA. This issue of the Journal continues its remarkable success with timely articles on climate change law, carbon regulation and cap-and-trade programs, and the impact of renewable portfolio standards for the energy industry. There are articles by our colleagues on the FERC's new enforcement authority and the role of scienter; the decoupling of tariff structures for gas and electric distributors; and the financing projects for generation of electricity from renewable resources. On the international front, there are two articles, the first on China's power industry from Judge Richard Cudahy, and a second on developing energy policy for Europe.

In addition to the Journal, EBA provides members with numerous opportunities to attend education programs devoted solely to energy law and policy. For example, this year EBA will sponsor two national level programs and primers in Washington, D.C. Each of EBA's six Regional Chapters will host educational programs on current energy topics. …

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