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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Court Rich, Rose Law Group Senior Partner, talks renewable energy with Sentari & George on “Figure It Out”
Court Rich, Rose Law Group senior partner and director of Renewable Energy Department, was recently featured on the “Figure It Out” podcast with Sentari & George, talking renewable energy and the adoption of solar energy at the state level. Listen to the podcast here:
Net metering is dead. Long live net metering; Court Rich, Rose Law Group senior partner and director of Renewable Energy Department, calls Arizona the ‘Concord and Lexington’ of net metering conflicts
The must-see panel of Intersolar North America (if you could only see one) discussed the most pressing issue in distributed solar today: What’s happening with net metering – and where does the industry go from here? By Frank Andorka and Christian Roselund | PV Magazine At 9 am on Tuesday morning, one of the most important issues in the industry was
No TEP-id response to proposed Arizona solar rate changes; Rose Law Group Senior Partner Court Rich speaks opposition to changes
By Frank Andorka | pv magazine A packed house at the Arizona Corporation Commission indicated intense public interest in proposed rate changes that critics say punish solar customers but which Tucson Electric Power says are necessary so they can invest more in solar. Arizona Corporation CommissionThe hearing room at the Arizona Corporation Commission’s meeting to discuss Tucson Electric Power’s latest