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87 FR 59869

FERC proposed reforms to the Uniform System of Accounts for public utilities and licensees that include new accounts for wind, solar, and other non-hydro renewable assets; creating a new functional class for energy storage accounts; codifying the accounting treatment of renewable energy credits; and creating new accounts within existing functions for hardware, software, and communication equipment.

Equitable Electrification: Could City and State Policies Aggravate Energy Insecurity?

Progressive cities and states have begun enacting policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from buildings, one of the leading sources of such emissions in the United States. The same jurisdictions have also generally committed to pursuing decarbonization equitably, without exacerbating the disadvantages faced by historically marginalized communities. Electrification is currently a favored policy for decarbonizing buildings. This Article examines the potential for building electrification to impact tenant energy costs through a case study of New York City.

87 FR 58776

DOE seeks comment on its Clean Hydrogen Production Standard Draft Guidance, which establishes a target for the life-cycle emissions intensity of hydrogen production, as required by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.

Yaw v. Delaware River Basin Commission

The Third Circuit affirmed dismissal of a challenge to the Delaware River Basin Commission's ban on high-volume hydraulic fracturing in the Delaware River Basin. Pennsylvania state senators, a state caucus, and several municipalities argued the Commission exceeded its authority under the Delaware Ri...

Solenex, LLC v. Haaland

A district court granted summary judgment for an oil and gas company in a decades-long suit concerning the company's oil lease on land sacred to the Blackfeet Nation in Lewis and Clark National Forest. On the latest remand from the appellate court, the company challenged the Secretary of DOI's 2016 ...

Center for Biological Diversity v. U.S. Bureau of Land Management

A district court vacated two rights-of-way that BLM issued to a company in 2020 to transport water through an existing gas pipeline across federal lands. Environmental groups sought vacatur, arguing the rights-of-way violated FLPMA, NEPA, and the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA). BLM agreed...