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Brody Wilkinson PC Fairfield County, CT
Broedermann Jahn Hamburg, Germany
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton Mexico City, Mexico
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton Reynosa, Mexico
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton Matamoros, Mexico
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton Monterrey, Mexico
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton Queretaro, Mexico
Cacheaux Cavazos & Newton Tijuana, Mexico
Cacheaux, Cavazos & Newton Guadalajara, Mexico
Coughlin & Gerhart, LLP Binghamton, New York
Danailov, Drenski, Nedelchev & Co./Lex Locus Sofia, Bulgaria
Elzanowski Cherka & Wasowski Warsaw, Poland
Fusthy & Manyai Law Office Budapest, Hungary
Giwa-Osagie & Company Ikoyi, Nigeria
James, Potts & Wulfers, Inc. Tulsa, Oklahoma
Kohner, Mann & Kailas, S.C. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Montgomery Barnett, L.L.P. New Orleans, Louisiana
Montgomery Barnett, L.L.P. Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Moses, Palmer & Howell, L.L.P. Fort Worth, Texas
Njoroge Regeru & Company Kenya
Pinilla Gonzalez & Prieto Abogados Bogota, Colombia
Prince Yeates Salt Lake City, Utah
Refalo & Zammit Pace Advocates Malta
Rothman Gordon Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Schneider Smeltz Spieth Bell LLP Cleveland, Ohio
Seth Dua & Associates Noida, India
Seth Dua & Associates New Delhi, India

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The body of energy law focuses on the use of energy resources, such as gas, electric, atomic and solar power. The federal government has established energy laws to promote competition in the energy industry and create a more affordable market for energy resources, while addressing the environmental, economic, and security concerns of the U.S.

A national energy plan was created with the establishment of the Department of Energy in 1977. Federal energy laws and regulations aim provide affordable energy by promoting competition in energy markets, while protecting the economic, environmental, and security interests of the United States.

Along with the Department of Energy, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) was established. FERC is an independent regulatory agency that oversees the natural gas, oil, and electricity markets in the U.S. FERC regulates the transmission and sale of these energies (except the sale of oil), provides licenses for hydroelectric plants, and deals with related environmental matters. The nuclear power industry is regulated by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), whose mission it is to protect the public health and safety from nuclear radiation and waste and promote the common defense through rulemaking, inspection, and licensing.