Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Professor K.K. DuVivier Writes for Solar Today

Professor K.K. DuVivier, professor at Sturm College of Law, was recently published in Solar Today. She teaches energy law and renewable energy law courses as part of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law and Policy Program. DuVivier has done considerable research into the field of solar energy while working on her book, The Renewable Energy Reader, (Carolina Academic Press 2011). DuVivier has focused her attention on the many legal impediments to the development of renewable energy resources.

She recently partnered with Dan Staley, a green infrastructure consultant in the Denver area to author an article in Solar Today. The article, "Managing the Dark Side of Trees," advocates for a more comprehensive planning strategy. This strategy involves evaluating the benefits of both trees and solar energy. With these considerations in mind, more effective planning can take place early in the process and avoid conflict.

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