Primary law sources consist of cases, statutes, and regulatory rules and decisions. Energy law is an interdisciplinary area of law, and as such, primary law can arise from both state and federal case law, statutes, and regulatory agencies.
Within this section you will find pages with information on finding Federal case law and regulatory agency information. State law and regulatory agencies vary from state to state.
The primary Federal agencies that are involved in creating and regulating aspects of energy creation and consumption are: