EBA, in partnership with WestLegalEd Center, has developed a library of high quality, self-study EBA programming available anytime, online. Many of these programs include CLE credits.
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To receive the EBA Member Discount for On-Demand Programs, please follow these instructions (PDF).
- EBA Primer: Electricity Reliability: Part 1
- EBA Primer: Electricity Reliability: Part 2
- FERC's Order No. 1000's Five-Year Checkup
- FERC-Led Audits of CIP Cybersecurity Reliability Standards
- Informing Investors of Climate Risks
- Energy in the Ski Industry
- The Hazy “Bright Line”: Defining Federal and State Regulation of Today’s Electric Grid
- Litigation Adversaries and Public Interest Partners: Practice Principles for New Regulatory Lawyers
- Renewables 101: An Overview of the Technical, Financial, Legal and Policy Landscape of Renewable Development in the United States
- Convergence of Electric & Natural Gas - Effect on Smart Grid & Demand Side Resources
- My Best and Worst Experiences Facing the Appeals Court Judges: Lessons from Real World Experiences
- Mastering Your First (or Next) State Public Utility Commission Hearing
- 2015 Oil Primer: An Introduction to Federal Oil Pipeline Regulation: Part II
- 2015 Oil Primer: An Introduction to Federal Oil Pipeline Regulation: Part I
- Financial Products in Organized Electricity Markets: Convergence, Liquidity, Quants and Uplift
- EBA Primer: Energy Trading - Part 2
- EBA Primer: Energy Trading - Part 1
- EBA Energizer: Section 205/206 Fundamentals and Insights
- EBA Energizer: Locational Marginal Prices - Foundations and Frontiers
- EBA Energizer: Scaling Renewable Energy: A Perspective from Google
- EBA - Energizer: Clean Power Plan: Federal and Western Perspectives - A Work In Progress
- EBA Environmental Law Primer - Day 2
- EBA Environmental Law Primer - Day 1
- Breaking the Rules and Changing the Game Will Shale Gas Rock the World
- FELJ Author Talk - Capacity Markets: A Path Back to Resource Adequacy
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