Arkansas litigator Eric Hughes of Hughes & Hughes law firm uses Arkansas Electric Energy Law to provide news and updates on energy law and policy in Arkansas.
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There has been quite a debate in the legal blogosphere about the utility of Apple's new iPad for a legal practice. Long time legal blogger Nicole Black has started a new blog about the iPad, as has Josh Barrett, a Portland, Oregon business attorney. They are generally positive about the...
Bloomenergy unveiled its long-awaited fuel cell technology today. This is a story we have been following for some time, and have reported on extensively: Will Bloom Boxes Make Your Electric Utility Obsolete Bloom Energy to Unveil Bloom Boxes Wednesday Bloom Boxes Could Promote Economic...
The new fuel cells manufactured by Bloomenergy, called Bloom Boxes, and partially unveiled Sunday night on CBS's news program 60 Minutes, will be further revealed during a Bloomenergy announcement Wednesday at the headquarters of one of its first customers, Ebay. For those who have not been...
Bloom Energy is expected to unveil its Bloom Box fuel cells Wednesday. We noted the potential for Bloom Boxes to be a game changer some time ago. And anticipation for an announcement has been mounting, especially since the Bloom Box was featured in "60 Minutes" program by...
We often hear statements that clean, renewable energy is just too expensive as compared to energy derived from fossil fuel. In Arkansas, arguments are being made in the Public Service Commission's "Sustainable Energy Resources (SER)" docket (08-144-U), that fossil fuels (coal)...
I recently read comments by Forrest Lucas, the owner of Lucas Oil (which has its name on the stadium where the Indianapolis Colts play), opposing the construction of a biomass generating facility in Crawford County, Indiana. The article in the Louisville Courier-Journal by Grace...
I once heard a preacher say there is nothing wrong with fishing with your kids on Sunday morning. Fishing is a wholesome activity, and especially good if you are spending the time with your family. However, he went on to say that an even better activity is spending that time with...
Arkansas Nuclear One, which provides one-fourth of the electric power in Arkansas, and more than half sold by Entergy Arkansas, turned 35 this month, according to an article in Arkansas News. Entergy supports climate change legislation, and in 2001 voluntarily capped its carbon emissions to...
The Wind Coalition, a group devoted to the development of wind energy in the United States, is attempting to intervene in the Arkansas Public Service Commission's White Bluff Docket, wherein Entergy Arkansas and the other owners of the White Bluff generating facility seek approval for environmental...
The Arkansas Public Service Commission Staff sought a suspension of the procedural schedule in the Commission's White Bluff docket on December 3. Entergy Arkansas joined in that effort today. The requested delay is based upon the response of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S....