Sarah Johnson Phillips

Stoel Rives LLP


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Renewables account for all new U.S. electricity generating capacity added in September

USA - October 26 2012 In September 2012, all new electricity generation came from solar and wind projects, according to the Energy Infrastructure Update (PDF) issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Office of Energy Projects.

SB 594 signed into law: intended to expand virtual net metering in California

USA - October 19 2012 California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed a new law that could significantly expand virtual net energy metering in California. 

Update on environmental and regulatory issues for booming Midwest frac sand mining industry

USA - October 18 2012 Mineral Law blog readers will be interested in a summary of key discussion points that emerged at a recent frac sand mining CLE I attended with my colleagues Kevin Johnson and Thomas Braun.

MISO's revised interconnection queue procedures now effective

USA - June 29 2012 Earlier this week, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (the "Commission") confirmed that the deadline for interconnection customers to comply with the new Midwest Independent System Operator ("MISO") generator interconnection queue procedures was Thursday, June 28, 2012.

Jason A. Johns, Jennifer Martin

FERC conditionally approves MISO queue reform

USA - April 3 2012 On Friday, March 30, 2012, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (the "Commission") conditionally approved a proposal from the Midwest Independent System Operator ("MISO") to change its generator interconnection queue procedures to address backlogs and late-state terminations of generation interconnection queue agreements (FERC Docket No.

Sara Bergan, Jason A. Johns, Jennifer Martin