Month: September 2016

Retired Duke Energy Executive Paul Newton Raises Large Sums in Race for State Senate

If elected, Paul Newton will join a growing list of former Duke Energy employees who are serving in North Carolina government roles.

/ September 29, 2016

EPA’s Clean Power Plan Opponents Led By Just A Few Power Companies

Recent investigations have revealed that some of the nation’s largest electric utilities, including the industry's trade association, have quietly funded UARG to sue President Obama's Clean Power Plan.

/ September 27, 2016

With Kochs Now Attacking Electric Vehicles, Utilities Should Reexamine Their Friends

The Kochs’ funding of anti-EV politics should leave utilities reconsidering their funding of the Koch network. The rift may already be opening in the utility and Koch-funded American Legislative Exchange Council.

/ September 27, 2016

Arizona Public Service Company Rate Request: Billions for Fossil Fuels, Nickels and Dimes for Solar

Arizona Public Service Company's $3.6 billion rate request will increase bills, benefit coal and gas, and limit both rooftop and utility-scale solar energy.

/ September 21, 2016