Kate Konschnik, a lecturer on law and executive director of Harvard's Environmental Law Program, has been named director of the Climate and Energy Program at the Nicholas Institute. She begins her role Dec. 1.
STAFF TEACHING SPRING COURSES
Registration for Duke University's spring 2018 courses ends Nov. 13. Sign up for courses our staff are teaching on the ethical dimensions of environmental policy, climate change economics, ocean policy, and more.
The Legal and Market Implications of the Department of Energy's Directive to FERC
In late September, U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry issued a proposal to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to establish reliability and resilience pricing for certain power plants in regional trading organization (RTO) markets. Watch a recordingof a webinar hosted by the Nicholas Institute and the Great Plains Institute that unpacks the proposal and discusses the legal and market implications for FERC and one RTO, the PJM Interconnection.
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