We are pleased to announce Brittany May Dadon has joined our firm.

2017-10-15T12:57:18+00:00

Stahl, Bernal, Davies, Sewell & Chavarria is pleased to announce the addition of Brittany May Dadon to its Commercial Real Estate, Renewable Energy and Texas Tax practice groups Brittany joined Stahl, Bernal, Davies, Sewell & Chavarria, LLP in 2017. Prior to joining the firm, Brittany worked as an attorney in the legal division of [...]

We are pleased to announce Brittany May Dadon has joined our firm.2017-10-15T12:57:18+00:00

Texas’ Monticello power plant closes, signaling the undeniable shift to natural gas and renewable energy

2017-10-10T11:50:32+00:00

"If there were any remaining doubts, the age of coal is over and the era of natural gas and renewables is officially here. Luminant's decision last week to shut its Monticello Power Plant near Mount Pleasant, one of Texas' largest and dirtiest coal-fired electricity plants, is a prime example of this shift."   https://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/editorials/2017/10/09/texas-monticello-power-plant-closes-signaling-undeniable-shift-natural-gas-renewable-energy [...]

Texas’ Monticello power plant closes, signaling the undeniable shift to natural gas and renewable energy2017-10-10T11:50:32+00:00

Solar Tariff Case Advances as ITC Finds ‘Injury’

2017-09-22T19:02:09+00:00

" The threat of solar tariffs moved one step closer to reality on Friday when U.S. trade commissioners unanimously agreed that imported solar equipment has caused "serious injury" to domestic manufacturers. The vote handed a victory to Suniva and SolarWorld, which filed a rare petition under Section 201 of the 1974 Trade Act, arguing [...]

Solar Tariff Case Advances as ITC Finds ‘Injury’2017-09-22T19:02:09+00:00

Texas Wind Farms Survive Hurricane Harvey

2017-08-31T13:16:36+00:00

"Wind farms are generally engineered to withstand up to Category 3 hurricane-strength winds. Even though Hurricane Harvey struck the Texas coast as a Category 4, no wind turbines were destroyed by the storm’s winds. Why not? In coastal Texas, there are just over 2,000 megawatts of wind power capacity already installed. However, three projects [...]

Texas Wind Farms Survive Hurricane Harvey2017-08-31T13:16:36+00:00

Battery storage: The next disruptive technology in the power sector

2017-08-03T23:40:06+00:00

"Storage prices are dropping much faster than anyone expected, due to the growing market for consumer electronics and demand for electric vehicles (EVs). Major players in Asia, Europe, and the United States are all scaling up lithium-ion manufacturing to serve EV and other power applications. No surprise, then, that battery-pack costs are down to less [...]

Battery storage: The next disruptive technology in the power sector2017-08-03T23:40:06+00:00

Warren Buffett Set to Become a Texas Energy Tycoon

2017-07-10T14:15:45+00:00

"Buffett’s latest investment is a $9 billion, all-cash deal to buy Energy Future Holdings, the parent company of Texas electric grid giant Oncor. The subsidiary is the biggest utility in Texas, according to the New York Times, clocking in at 10 million customers. The billionaire marked the announcement of his Nebraska-based Berkshire Hathaway’s bid [...]

Warren Buffett Set to Become a Texas Energy Tycoon2017-07-10T14:15:45+00:00