Energy Law | L4210
Energy Law presents the regulation of production, conversion, transportation, distribution and pricing of fossil, hydro, nuclear, and other conventional sources of primary energy. It also offers insight into the regulation of renewable energy resources, including energy from the sun, wind, biomass, oceans, earth (geothermal), and rivers (including low-head hydro). There is an emphasis on new legislative and judicial development relating to these various energy sources. The course is taught in a seminar format, and students present and critique classmate papers as part of the class.
Credit Hours: 3
ULW: This course does not meet the Upper Level Writing requirement. (ULW)