Energy Challenges in the 21st Century - The Constitutional Challenge

The Northeast region of the United States has some of the highest wholesale electricity and commerical power prices, and a need for transmission of all types of power. In this discussion inspired by a conference at Suffolk University Law School, another problem, the clash between the United States' constitutional government and state incentives for renewable power, is brought to the fore.

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