Renewable energy project challenges — snapshot of the litigation landscape
At the beginning of 2011, we began tracking current litigation related to solar energy, wind energy and transmission projects in southern California. Since then, we expanded our coverage to the western United States, including historical coverage dating as far back as 2004. We have also included other forms of renewable energy projects, including biomass, geothermal and wave energy. After more than a year-and-a-half of tracking and almost 10 years of data, we present some observations on the litigation landscape relating to renewable energy development.
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