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Washington Issues Final Rule Limiting Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Large Facilities, Creating Unique Opportunities for Agriculture, Waste Treatment, and Advanced Energy Technologies

New Energy Blog post from CH& attorney, Eric Christensen, looks at Washington State’s final version of the “Clean Air Rule,” Carbon Tax, and predictions about additional litigation just around the corner

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Is Third-Party Financing for Energy Efficiency Ready for Prime Time?

In recent years, innovations in finance helped spark explosive growth in distributed generation technologies such as roof-top solar. New and creative rooftop leasing transactions allow third-party investors, …

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Department of Energy Offers $4 Billion in Loan Guarantees for Energy Efficiency, Renewables, and Energy Storage

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Loan Programs Office recently announced a new solicitation for federal loan guarantees to help promote renewable energy, energy storage technology, and energy …

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Please Join Us for LSI’s Columbia River Treaty Conference

Please join us for Law Seminar International’s Columbia River Treaty Conference, which will be held here in Seattle on September 22 & 23, 2014. The conference is …

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“September 16: Pivot Point for the Columbia River Treaty and the Future of the Columbia River Basin”: Eric Christensen Publishes Article in “The Water Report”

We’re proud to announce that GTH partner Eric Christensen has published an article in the July 2014 issue of The Water Report, one of the most respected …

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U.S. Supreme Court Denies Review of California Low-Carbon Fuel Standard

The U.S. Supreme Court today denied several petitions seeking review of the Ninth Circuit’s decision upholding California’s Low-Carbon Fuel Standard (“LCFS”) against claims that the LCFS violates …

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Next Frontiers in Climate Litigation: Adaptation and Ocean Acidification

Recent legal developments in climate litigation and regulation suggest that the legal landscape related to climate change is continuing to evolve, with adaptation to climate change and …

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EPA Proposes Limits on Carbon Dioxide From Power Plants: What It Means for the Pacific Northwest

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency this week issued is long-anticipated proposal to limit carbon dioxide from power plants, dubbed the “Clean Power Plan.” Predictably, both industry groups …

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