Event Title

The Shape of Energy to Come: The Distributed Generation and Net Metering Transition in Kentucky


William T. Young Library

Start Date

28-2-2018 3:15 PM

End Date

28-2-2018 4:00 PM

Speaker's Bio

Randy Strobo is an attorney and an environmental professional. His primary areas of practice include environmental, civil, administrative, and appellate litigation across a range of issues including environmental damage, land use, planning and zoning, property, eminent domain, personal injury, permitting and regulation, industrial pollution, air and water quality, conservation planning, agricultural and historic preservation, and energy.

In addition, Randy Strobo provides legislative and policy guidance, urban land use planning, and conservation planning with a focus on management, sustainability, ecosystem services, and green infrastructure to various state, national, and international clients. In this capacity, Randy has advised Karst Education and Environmental Protection (KEEP), the Kentucky Conservation Committee, Yale University, Diageo Inc., the Environmental Investigation Agency, and the Watershed Watch of Kentucky. Randy worked as a Coca Cola World Fellow at the Centre for Environmental Management at North-West University in Potchefstroom, South Africa, and he also has international experience advising clients during international climate change treaty negotiations.

Randy Strobo joined the faculty of Bellarmine University's School of Environmental Studies in 2012 teaching classes on environmental law and policy and environmental innovation. He also currently serves as Vice President of the ACLU of Kentucky's Board of Directors and as Legal Chair for the Sierra Club's Kentucky Chapter.

Prior to opening Strobo Barkley PLLC, Randy Strobo practiced law at W.H. Graddy & Associates from 2008 to 2014. Randy also worked for the Kentucky Resources Council, a nonprofit based in Kentucky that provides legal, technical and policy assistance to community groups, conservation organizations, local governments, and low-income individuals on environmental issues. In 2011 Randy received a Master's degree in Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies after receiving his law degree from the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville in 2008. He graduated from the University of Kentucky with a BS in biology in 2002.

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Feb 28th, 3:15 PM Feb 28th, 4:00 PM

The Shape of Energy to Come: The Distributed Generation and Net Metering Transition in Kentucky

William T. Young Library