From my standpoint I think what SRP does on renewable energy is really important, and that’s how I have been most involved in dealing with SRP.
I think that a good board member is one that’s willing to interact with constituents and talk to people that have issues and not just show up at board meetings and do nothing more.
Keith has been really accessible, which I think is the most important thing. You don’t always have to agree with everybody but he’s always been willing to talk…willing to sit down with me or with constituents, folks that I represent, and talk about important issues. Usually it is very helpful.
a big supporter of renewable energy and moving the utility forward, and out of the history of where they were, and into some good new things.Court Rich
I had a client who was frustrated with dealing with SRP and was in Keith’s district, and so I had to reach out to Keith and he jumped right in, and helped facilitate some meetings, and helped the homeowner resolve his issue in a way that would not have been possible without him.
He has been accessible which I think is very important. He is super welcoming of outside input. He has been, from my view, a big supporter of renewable energy and moving the utility forward, and out of the history of where they were, and into some good new things.
About Court Rich
Court S. Rich is Co-Founder of Rose Law Group and is Director of the firm’s Renewable Energy Department. Court practices in the areas of renewable energy, municipal law, regulatory law, land use and zoning, administrative law, real estate, and handles administrative matters in front of the Arizona Corporation Commission, the Arizona Power Plant and Transmission Line Siting Committee, the Arizona Department of Real Estate, and the State Liquor Board as well as lobbying at the State Legislature. Court serves as regulatory counsel for some of the largest solar companies and solar industry organizations in the United States. Court has extensive experience helping clients solve complicated real estate development and regulatory issues in all parts of the Valley and around the State of Arizona. Court has assisted clients in some especially unique development issues related to, utility services, floodplains, assurances, freeway and utility sittings, as well as securing use permits, and variances where needed. (read more)