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Renewable, Alternative, and Distributed Energy Resources

Renewable, Alternative, and Distributed Energy Resources


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We encourage you to join the RADER group on LinkedIn, Joining allows you to participate in news postings, discussions, networking, questions and answers and so forth. To join click https://www.linkedin.com/groups?mostRecent=&gid=4663871&trk=my_groups-tile-flipgrp.


RADER Initiatives



The RADER Committee is proud to present the monthly Renewable Energy Seminar and Teleconference Series, which RADER co-sponsors in collaboration with the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) and Bloomberg Renewable Energy Finance. These monthly seminars provide an opportunity to network and discuss the subject matter with renewable energy lawyers, federal and state policy makers, and business experts. We hope you will join us for the next program in this series. For more information on the next program and for registration information, please visit http://renewableenergyinfo.org. For additional information about this series, please contact Roger Stark, Gene Gurevich, Matthew Frank and Grant Rauscher, our ABA/ACORE/BNEF Webinars Vice Chairs.


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About the Committee

The Renewable, Alternative, and Distributed Energy Resources (RADER) Committee will examine and disseminate information on those legal policy and practical implementation issues which affect expansion of markets for renewable and distributed energy resources. The Committee will have five primary areas of focus: (1) innovative approaches to stimulating renewable and distributed energy resource development; (2) measures for commoditization and value maximization of fuel, environment and tax-related legal at-tributes of renewable energy and distributed generation production; (3) constraints on fitting renewable resources and distributed generation (whether or not powered by renewable fuels) into the framework of national and states' energy policy; (4) relating renewable energy resource and distributed generation development to environmental legal requirements; and (5) issues related to structuring finance for renewable energy and distributed generation.

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2017 Energy Law Student Writing Competition

We are pleased to announce the 2017 Energy Law Student Writing Competition.
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Committee newsletters provide current information on topics of interest to practitioners and news of committee activities. View the latest committee newsletter.
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Committee Co-Chairs

Co-Chairs:

Fitts, Sarah
Stevens, Elizabeth

Committee Roster  


2016-2017 RADER Committee Leadership

View the full roster of Renewable, Alternative, and Distributed Energy Resources (RADER) Committee leadership.
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Upcoming and Recent Meetings

Section Events

    Tips to Make Your Writing More Effective and Efficient

    02/07/2017-02/07/2017

    Tips to Make Your Writing More Effective and Efficient

    Restoring Urban Rivers

    02/16/2017-02/16/2017

    The event will be held on 02/16/2017. The format is Web. The event sponsor(s) are Center for Professional Development,Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources. The event has 1.50 CLE Credits .

    The Emerging Legal Framework for Promotion of Efficient Use of Resources

    02/23/2017-02/23/2017

    Sponsored by : Energy/ Environment Infrastructure Siting and Reliability Committee Program Overview: Increasingly it has become clear that to achieve sustainability on an ongoing basis, it is necessary to address the manner in which production and disposal cycles are integrated so that economic resource ...


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