Professor Buzz Belleville will be presenting on incentives for wind energy at the 124th annual meeting of The Virginia Bar Association on January 24, 2014. The annual meeting runs from January 23 to January 25, at the Williamsburg Lodge and Conference Center in Colonial Williamsburg. Professor Belleville's panel - "Tilting at Windmills: An Introduction to Wind Energy in Virginia" - is at 9:15 on Friday, January 24. For more information, or to register for the event, go to https://m360.vba.org/event.aspx?eventID=85596&instance=0.
Professor Belleville plays a key role in developing the natural resources law program at ASL. He teaches Sustainable Energy Law and Policy, the Law of Renewables and the Natural Resources section of Appellate Advocacy at ASL, as well as Natural Resources Law and Policy at Virginia Tech. He has presented and written extensively on wind energy, incentives for renewables and energy efficiencies, the 'Appalachian Wind Wars,' climate change and carbon regulation. He is currently working on a grant from Dominion Power to study barriers to wind energy development in Virginia. He also advises the ASL Natural Resources Law Journal, the Environmental Law Society and the Energy and Mineral Law Society, and coaches moot court teams at energy law and environmental law competitions."