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Energy Law: Resources & Electricity


Law 489

3

Upper-Level

None

No

Yes

This course consists of three main parts. Initially, the students will learn about the policy choices that shape energy resources and electricity in this country, including consumer protection, federalism, environmental policy, and economic development. Next, students will examine the major federal laws governing the nation's energy resources: oil, coal, gas, land for renewables, etc. Third, students will examine federal and state regulation of electricity production and delivery, including transmission issues of particular importance to renewable energy resources.


Adminstrative Law (recommended as pre- or co-requisite but not required)


J. Monast (Adjunct)

Spring
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