Renewable Energy

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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Short-term costs for long term savings

Director of Rose Law Group renewable energy department, Court Rich, talks about whether California’s new solar requirement for new homes could work in Arizona — in the Capitol Times Yellow Sheet Report notices. Login to the Yellow Sheet Report to read on: 

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[OPINION] In defense of requiring solar on all new homes

By Court Rich | Senior Partner/Director Rose Law Group Renewable Energy Dept. Last Wednesday, the California Energy Commission implemented a requirement that all new homes constructed after January 1, 2020, include rooftop solar. This requirement builds upon previous state codes that, like many jurisdictions across the country, already required every new home to have a “solar-ready roof” to accommodate future

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SRP threatens solar candidates over trademark

‘That is some brazen governmental hypocrisy on display,’ said Court Rich, Rose Law Group senior partner, and director of the Renewable Energy Department Five candidates who want Salt River Project to use more solar energy received four cease-and-desist letters from SRP attorneys, reports Ryan Randazzo of The Arizona Republic. Calling it “SRP Clean Energy,” the five created a website as

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