Mullooly Quoted on Supreme Court Energy Case

20 October 2015 Washington Post News

Washington Post

Of Counsel Thomas Mullooly was quoted in a Washington Post article, “The Electricity Innovation So Controversial That it’s Now Before the Supreme Court,” on October 20, 2015. The article discussed the oral arguments from Supreme Court case Federal Energy Regulatory Commission v. Electric Power Supply Association. The case examined “demand response,” which is the method of providing energy during high demand periods, and a product that demand response companies often utilize, “negawatts.” Mullooly was quoted saying, “Our electric consumers are getting more sophisticated, more concerned about costs, and this is one of the tools that they’ve had to move into wholesale markets in a way that they perceive as being of economic benefit to them.”

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