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Energy Justice: What It Means and How to Integrate It Into State Regulation of Electricity Markets

November 2017

Citation: 47 ELR 10927

Issue: 11

Author: Aladdine Joroff

This Comment proposes a framework for evaluating energy justice, recognizing that there is not, nor need be, a uniform definition of what energy justice means or what it seeks to achieve. The authority and process for implementing this framework will differ across jurisdictions, but the Comment examines some of the questions that state legislatures and ratemaking agencies will face when integrating energy justice considerations into their regulation of electricity markets.

Aladdine Joroff is a Staff Attorney and Lecturer at Harvard Law School’s Emmett Environmental Law and Policy Clinic.

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