Lawyers are often accused of offering clients little more than the blindingly obvious accessorized with a chunky bill. But sometimes that’s the point. A concise, orderly recitation of macro-level issues by an outside advisor can instill a client-insider with clarity and a renewed confidence in his/her own expertise. Clifford Chance’s “Where is the US energy market today?” is an alert that does exactly that.

You probably already consciously or unconsciously know that the US nuclear sector has been Fukushima’ed “into the dark ages;” that the truism that the US has “an energy supply system that responds to price signals – but not much else” becomes that much more true in an election year; that all-hailed shale is leading “a revolution that…will dramatically change the US energy construct;” and that the short-term future of renewables sits on a policy knife-edge.

You may not yet, however, have these thoughts seamlessly eliding in your frontal lobe. So, although this tightly drafted 3-pager might not tell you something that you don’t already know; it will almost certainly help you “know what you know” that much better. Download the document here.

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