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Law of Independent Power (Environmental Law Series)


Written for attorneys, developers, financiers, energy marketers, and utilities involved in independent energy production and regulation, this reference helps you understand the legal as well as federal and state regulatory challenges associated with independent energy production.

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Product Details

Series: Environmental Law Series
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Pages: 6176
Free Update Period: 90 Days


  • Bearing of the Clean Air Act Amendments on qualifying facilities, utility-owned power facilities, and independent power projects
  • Environmental siting, licensing, and land use considerations
  • FERC, SEC, court, and state administrative law decisions relevant to QFs, IPPs, and utility generators
  • Federal and state regulation of project development
  • Legal, economic, and technical options for transmission of independently produced power
  • Power auctions and bidding systems
  • Power pricing and sale determination
  • Tax implications and project economics

Summary Of Contents

Volume 1
Overview and Organization
Generation Technologies and Fuels for Electric Plus Thermal Energy
The Successful Projects: The Power Market, Economics, Tax Aspects, and Development Strategy of Independent Power and Demand-Side Management
Regulations of Qualifying Facility (QF) Power
Federal Regulation of Independent Power Production (IPP) and Non-qualifying Facilities
Environmental Regulation of Independent Power
*Avoided Cost
*Wheeling Power
*Power Auctions and Bidding
*Deregulation of Power

Volume 2
State Standby and Backup

Volume 3
Final Rule: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
Table of Cases

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