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Laura Miller Elected to 2022 Board of Directors of MSSIA

Posted on May 24th, 2022

Norris McLaughlin, P.A. is pleased to announce that Laura Miller, Senior Counsel of the firm, was elected to the 2022 Board of Directors for the Mid-Atlantic Solar & Storage Industries Association (MSSIA). The MSSIA is the solar energy trade and advocacy organization for NJ, PA, and DE, dedicated to advancing solar energy and energy storage in the region. Laura, who focuses her practice on administrative and government regulatory law in the clean energy, public utility, telecommunications, cable television, and communications infrastructure industries, will provide valuable insight to advance MSSIA’s mission.

About MSSIA

MSSIA accomplishes its mission by researching, designing and advocating for policies to grow solar energy to be a major part of our future energy supply; to educate the public and policy-makers on the facts of solar energy and to remove barriers that hinder solar development; to promote local solar R&D and solar manufacturing; to assist in designing policies and infrastructure that supports solar on the local, state, and regional level; to develop solar electric and thermal energy as a significant portion of the energy supply mix; to work in tandem with municipalities and local government to utilize and support rapid adoption of solar energy; and to provide real-time data and real world evidence that demonstrates the value of solar energy to the regional electric grid and its role in combating climate change.

About Laura Miller

Laura Miller is a business attorney focusing her practice on administrative and government regulatory law in the clean energy, public utility, telecommunications, cable television, and communications infrastructure industries.

Laura handles New Jersey Board of Public Utilities regulatory approval and compliance matters, municipal franchise renewals, public right-of-way access negotiations and agreements, compliance investigations, enforcement actions, and administrative law proceedings. She represents clients in commenting on agency rulemaking, and understands and keeps apprised of regulatory and political changes that affect client business operations and initiatives.

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