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June 16, 2024

Energy Bar Association (EBA)

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Overheard at the Energy Bar Association’s 2024 Annual Meeting
The ongoing turnover of the generation fleet to cleaner resources, the recent return of demand growth and the need to stitch all that together with transmission expansion all came up at the Energy Bar Association’s Annual Meeting. 
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Energy Lawyers Debate the Impact of Losing the Chevron Deference
With the Supreme Court likely to overturn Chevron deference, the general counsels of FERC and the Department of Energy told the Energy Bar Association they doubt it would lead to massive issues with their agencies.
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Former FERC Chairs Debate Scripted Open Meetings
Former FERC Chairs Richard Glick, Neil Chatterjee, Cheryl LaFleur, James Danly and Norman Bay debated whether there should be debates at the commission's open meetings at the EBA Annual Meeting.
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Energy Bar Assoc. Panelists Urge Midwest to Get a Jump on DER Aggregations
Midwestern parties need to act more urgently to open wholesale markets to DER aggregation, panelists said during a meeting of the Midwest chapter of the Energy Bar Association.
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EBA Forum Examines the Details of the Grid’s Transition
A major focus at the Energy Bar Association meeting was on how to ensure reliability and affordability as the grid transitions to a cleaner future.
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EBA Participants See Some Consensus in Gas-electric Harmonization Talks
The Energy Bar Association's Mid-Year Forum illustrated greater collaboration between than the electric and natural gas industries than normal.
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Energy Bar Association Meeting Focuses on Financing Clean Power Transition
Financing the billion-dollar components of the clean-energy transition was the leadoff topic at the annual meeting of the Energy Bar Association's Northeast Chapter.
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EBA Roundtable Examines New York’s Transmission Buildout
New York state's effort to create an extensive clean energy generation and transmission infrastructure was a topic of interest at the Energy Bar Association meeting last week.
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Debt Deal Weakens Odds for Increased FERC Siting Authority, Glick Tells EBA
Permitting provisions in the recent debt deal weaken the "momentum" for increased FERC transmission siting authority, says former FERC Chair Richard Glick.
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Overheard at the Energy Bar Association’s Annual Meeting
Much of the focus at the EBA’s conference was on matching electric demand with carbon-free power and building interregional transmission to improve resiliency.

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