Volume 5, Number 1 | Spring 2014

The George Washington University
Journal of Energy and Environmental Law

Volume 5, Number 1 | Spring 2014


A Sustainability Critique of the Obama “All-of-the-Above” Energy Approach

by Albert C. Lin

Electric Capacity Markets and Resource Adequacy: Recommendations to Properly Balance Competition and Reliability in RTO and ISO Regions

by John P. Perkins, III

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure: Navigating Choices Regarding Regulation, Subsidy, and Competition in a Complex Regulatory Environment

by Brandon Hofmeister


Reconciling Enforcement Weaknesses and Lender Liabilities in the Equator Principles: How Further Revisions Can Help Ensure Adherence to the Private Sector’s Claims of Environmental Stewardship

by Lindsay Hall

Energy Gone to Waste: A Case for Promoting Waste-to-Energy Power Generation Over Landfills

by David Glanton

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