In the latest podcast for Crowell & Moring’s “Trump: The First Year” series, Richard Lehfeldt, partner in the firm’s Energy Group, and Diana Jeschke, counsel in the group, sit down to discuss energy infrastructure issues under the Trump Administration. Richard previously worked as counsel for the Energy and Power Subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. Diana was an attorney advisor to administrative law judges Carmen Cintron and David Coffman at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Discussed in this 16-minute podcast:
- An overview of energy infrastructure.
- Who makes decisions about energy infrastructure, where does the funding originate, and what factors go into those decisions.
- An overview of distributed generation and microgrids.
- Case studies: NYU and the Princeton University, and what lessons to take from them.