Energy Law and Policy

Author(s):
Bob Heggie; Gordon Kaiser

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Energy Law and Policy offers a timely, cross-border and multi-disciplinary approach to a broad range of topics in the law and economics of energy policy in Canada and in the United States. The issues covered include the regulatory challenges of conservation and renewable energy, deregulation of markets, time of use pricing, incentive regulation, carbon pricing as well as more traditional subjects such cost of capital and rate design. The chapters on public utility law, administrative law, and aboriginal duty to consult are an important addition to the literature. Written by leading energy lawyers and economists, Energy Law and Policy provides a comprehensive discussion of the many recent changes in energy policy in Canada and the United States. This publication is an invaluable reference source for practitioners appearing before regulatory tribunals as well economists and policymakers.

Publisher:
Carswell

Practice Area:
Energy and Natural Resources Law

Jurisdiction:
General

Publication Date:
2011-04-03

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Service #:
30834671

Sub #:
30834671

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ISBN:
9780779822683