On May 24, 2012 the California Public Utilities Commission unanimously approved an order clarifying the calculation of the statutory limit on Net Energy Metering. This popular program allows customers’ meters to run backwards, earning them a full rate credit when their rooftop solar installations generate more energy than the customers use on site. Continue reading “Solar Energy Clients Succeed in Expanding Net Energy Metering Program”
US News & World Report-Best Lawyers— San Francisco’s Best Lawyers 2011 edition is out, and Goodin MacBride has been recognized in several categories.
Robert Goodin was honored in the Bet the Company Litigation and Commercial Litigation categories. Michael Day, Tom MacBride and James Squeri were each selected in both Communications Law and Energy Law. Continue reading “2011 Best Lawyers: Goodin MacBride Partners Recognized”
Goodin MacBride has represented the Wild Goose Storage project since its inception and helped obtain its original certificate of public convenience and necessity from the California Public Utilities Commission in 1997. Wild Goose operates its storage field in Butte County, California, and stores gas for major industrial and electric generation customers, as well as gas marketers. On December 2, 2010, the CPUC granted Wild Goose authority to construct a second major expansion of the project, which will increase its overall inventory capacity to 50 billion cubic feet of natural gas, and increase its maximum withdrawal capacity to over 1 billion cubic feet per day. Continue reading “Goodin MacBride Client Wild Goose Storage succeeds in Obtaining Approval for its Second Major Expansion”