The Enforcement Angle: INTERPOL’s Pollution Crime Working Group

Many nations, including the United States, have an intricate system of laws, regulations, policies, and programs to respond to environmental and public health concerns. But some countries have lax or nearly non-existent environmental controls and enforcement, leaving them vulnerable to illegal discharges into their waterways, the air, and the ground. (more…)

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Can the Yellow School Bus Go Green?

The Promise and Regulatory Challenges of Vehicle-to-Grid Technology

The classic yellow school bus is turning green. Electric buses may continue to grow in popularity, and the so-called “vehicle-to-grid” technology enables the new buses to both store and draw power. Listen to our latest episode of The Sidley Podcast for more on the subject, including:

  • How the innovative vehicle-to-grid technology is implemented
  • Who benefits from a business or an operational perspective
  • The regulatory obstacles to setting it in motion around the country

Join host and Sidley partner, Sam Gandhi, as he speaks with one of Sidley’s thought leaders on the subject, Ken Irvin, co-leader of Sidley’s global Energy practice, who represents clients on matters involving the wholesale electricity and gas markets. Ken has extensive experience representing businesses in investigations and regulatory proceedings before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).

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