Emphasis Added is a podcast by the Houston Law Review. Check out this episode in video on YouTube at https://youtu.be/uNTNpxvFBJs
On this month's episode of Emphasis Added, I spoke with Energy Law Professor James Coleman at Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law. James has been teaching in the field of energy regulatory law for over a decade, has authored numerous articles on the regulation of North American energy companies, and produces a wealth of energy law content through a variety of platforms. We discussed Texas’s system for ensuring electricity reliability before and during Winter Storm Uri, the damage that occurred because of the near catastrophic failure of Texas’s grid, and the aftermath of Uri including the hundreds of cases of litigation pending and the Texas Legislature’s response to this disaster that took effect on/before September 1, 2021.
You can find more content from @EnergyLawProf James Coleman at the links below:
YouTube Page - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN0a_DKvsiN1Xcf-m0XW0sQ
Website - https://www.energylawprof.com/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/EnergyLawProf
SSRN Author Page - https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=900410
Energy Tradeoffs Website - https://www.energytradeoffs.com/
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