Legislators propose governor, not voters, choose utility regulators; Rose Law Group Co-Founder Court Rich finds proposal ‘surprising’

By Elizabeth Whitman | Phoenix New Times An Arizona legislator is proposing that the state’s five energy regulators be appointed by the governor, instead of elected by voters as they are now. The suggested change would be a significant revision of the state’s constitution, and the proposal lands at a time of intense scrutiny for Arizona’s so-called fourth body of …

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 …

Court S. Rich

Practice Areas: Land Use and Zoning, Special Districts, Public Private Partnerships, Government Affairs, Administrative Law, Tax Lien Foreclosures, Renewable Energy Court S. Rich is Senior Partner and Director of the Renewable Energy Department at Rose Law Group pc. Court practices in the areas of renewable energy, administrative law, municipal law, land use and zoning, real estate, and handles administrative matters in front of the Arizona Corporation Commission, …