Kim Diamond discussed issues surrounding wind wake effects and whether a property right to wind should exist. The article, “Wake Effects, Wind Rights, and Wind Turbines: Why Science, Constitutional Rights, and Public Policy Issues Play a Crucial Role,” highlighted the case Wind Energy Partnership et al. v. NextEra Resources, LLC et al., a wind wakes case Drinker Biddle won on summary judgment for our client, NextEra. It was published in Vol. 40, Issue 3, the Spring 2016 issue of the William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review. The article accompanied her presentation on the same topic at the American Wind Energy Association’s (AWEA) WINDPOWER 2016 Conference.
Source: William & Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review