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FEMA's Award of Billions in Aid to Puerto Rico Could be the Beginning of an Infrastructure and Manufacturing Expansion

USA - September 24 2020 The White House announced an $11.6 billion aid package to Puerto Rico on Sept. 18 to aid it in its recovery from Hurricane Maria, which devastated the…

Carlos Loumiet, Franco Furmanski, John F. Haley.

OSHA and COVID-19: How to Stay Compliant

USA - June 4 2020 OSHA has begun inspecting work sites for safety related to COVID-19 and has now issued its first COVID-related citation to an employer. To help…

Wendy Wilkie Parker, Weston Adams, III.

IRS Extends Continuity Safe Harbor for Beginning Construction

USA - May 29 2020 On Wednesday, May 27, 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) issued a notice to extend the continuity safe harbor for renewable energy production…

Sabrina Conyers, Valentín I. Arenas.

FERC Proposes Most Significant Reforms to Regulations Implementing PURPA in Almost Forty Years with Significant Implications for Renewables

USA - September 23 2019 Last week, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”) issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (“NOPR”) to modernize its regulations governing…

Maya Brown, Steven Shparber, Weston Adams, III.

FERC Chairman Remarks and SEIA Comments Raise Prospect of Reforms to PURPA ?

USA - September 9 2019 Although discussions of reforming the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978 (PURPA) have taken place at a high level for several years…

Maya Brown, Steven Shparber, Weston Adams, III.