Supreme Court of the United States
Texas is taking its defense of the state's ROFR law to the U.S. Supreme Court, asking the justices to review a 2022 ruling by the 5th Circuit.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear challenges to Illinois’ and New York’s nuclear subsidies, leaving standing appellate court rulings.
Several power producers joined the Electric Power Supply Association in petitioning the U.S. Supreme Court to review appellate court rulings upholding the New York and Illinois zero-emission credit programs.
Columnist Steve Huntoon dispels the notion that recently confirmed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is against independent agencies such as FERC.
The U.S. Supreme Court denied DTE’s petition to review an environmental penalty against one its coal plants over increased emissions.
DTE Energy asked the Supreme Court to review a lower court’s ruling upholding EPA’s power to halt construction at plants in violation of the Clean Air Act.
Panelists at the 154th New England Electricity Restructuring Roundtable in Boston discussed the recent failure of a nuclear subsidy bill in Connecticut.
The Supreme Court said it would not hear a challenge to FERC Order 1000, which ended the federal right of first refusal in transmission construction.
A panel of attorneys at the Energy Bar Association (EBA) Annual Meeting discussed recent Supreme Court rulings in three state-federal jurisdictional cases.
Stakeholders discussed the potential impact of the Clean Power Plan (CPP) on California and the West at the Infocast California Energy Summit.
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