Erica M. Schroeder
Ms. Schroeder joined Keyes, Fox & Wiedman as an Associate in September 2010. She assists clients with regulatory matters related to distributed generation and renewable energy. She has particular experience with issues involving energy efficiency and climate change. Ms. Schroeder works out of the firm’s San Francisco Bay Area office. Prior to law school, Ms. Schroeder was a Residential Program Associate at the Consortium for Energy Efficiency. She led the organization’s energy-efficient appliances and consumer electronics initiatives, and assisted with its HVAC and whole house efficiency efforts.
- Wrote comments for regulatory proceedings related to net metering and community renewables in Colorado and Delaware.
- Assisted in drafting power purchase agreement and other documents for major rooftop solar company.
- Wrote a memorandum for the City of Houston regarding the City’s options for community solar.
- Assisted in drafting testimony for Colorado Governor’s Energy Office in Colorado’s demand-side management regulatory proceeding.
- Assisted in preparing a report for the Arizona Corporation Commission regarding aggregated net metering in the United States.
Professional Honors & Activities
Member of the CCPUC
“Community Solar: Current and Future Models,” Clean Power, Healthy Communities, Oakland, March 2011
- Turning Offshore Wind On, 98 Cal. L. Rev. 1631 (2010).
- A New Mandate for Federal CAFE Standards from the Ninth Circuit, 35 Ecology L.Q. 645 (2008).
- Yale University, BA, Ethics Politics & Economics, 2003
- Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Master of Environmental Management (MEM), 2004
- UC Berkeley, School of Law, JD 2010
- Certificate in Environmental Law
- Ecology Law Quarterly, Publishing Editor
- California Law Review, Online Editor