The Renewable Energy team at Rose Law Group pc has been named by Ranking Arizona as the state’s #1 renewable energy legal department. Arizona has become the #1 state, per capita, in solar energy and Rose Law Group pc has received national attention for helping make that happen. We are involved in every single major policy discussion that is occurring in Arizona, which have led to major policy changes around the country.
Our attorneys have years of experience either arguing in front of or working at the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC). The Renewable Energy team includes a former ACC policy advisor and a former Bonneville Power Administration regulator. Another one of our attorneys has been a featured speaker at solar seminars and conferences, advocating for the solar industry on issues including net metering, and energy storage.
Rose Law Group’s vast experience and superior knowledge of energy issues, provides solar clients with a distinct advantage when they are seeking regulatory approval.
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Metro Phoenix 6th in national study of solar penetration; ‘amazing’ given existing roadblocks, says Court Rich, co-founder, and director of Renewable Energy
By Orion Rummler | Axios Five cities in California have the nation’s highest density of homes with solar panels, while Detroit has the lowest, according to new analysis that uses AI to track solar deployment via high-resolution aerial imagery. What they did: Cape Analytics analyzed visual data on tens of millions of homes in major metro areas nationwide by working
Unprecedented power outages begin in California as winds bring critical fire danger; rooftop solar demand spike likely, says Rose Law Group co-founder Court Rich
By Joseph Serna, Jaclyn Cosgrove, Patrick McGreevy | Los Angeles Times In an unprecedented move, Pacific Gas & Electric early Wednesday began shutting off power to about 800,000 customers across Northern California in an attempt to avoid wildfires caused by winds damaging power equipment. The first power cutoffs, expected to affect 513,000 customers, began shortly after midnight in several counties around Sacramento,
Rose Law Group Co-Founder Court Rich in Arizona Republic on how Chevron executive is secretly pushing anti-electric car effort in Arizona2
By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic A California lobbyist for Chevron Corp. is urging retirees of the oil company in Arizona to oppose electric-car policies here, saying the vehicles are too expensive for most people and should not be promoted. A handful of people who either retired from Chevron or from Unocal, which Chevron acquired in 2005, have used the