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Rethinking Grid Governance For The Climate Change Era, Shelley Welton Feb 2021

Rethinking Grid Governance For The Climate Change Era, Shelley Welton

Faculty Publications

The electricity sector is often appropriately called the linchpin of efforts to respond to climate change. Over the next few decades, the U.S. electricity sector will need to double in size to accommodate electric vehicles, at the same time that it transforms to run entirely on clean energy. To drive this transformation, states are increasingly adopting 100% clean energy targets. But fossil fuel corporations are pushing back, seeking to maintain their structural domination of the U.S. energy sector. This article calls attention to one central but under-scrutinized way that these companies impede the clean energy transition: Incumbent fossil ...


Russia's Lack Of American-Style Agency Priciples: A Primary Cause Of Corporate Governance Problems Today, C. Keith Marshall Jr. Jan 2011

Russia's Lack Of American-Style Agency Priciples: A Primary Cause Of Corporate Governance Problems Today, C. Keith Marshall Jr.

South Carolina Journal of International Law and Business

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Know The Law: A History Of Legal Specialization, Michael S. Ariens May 1993

Know The Law: A History Of Legal Specialization, Michael S. Ariens

South Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.