Jeffrey Lyash TVA CEO, Discusses Potential MLGW defection

TVA attempts to chain local power companies to longer contracts in effort to prevent defection risk

New TVA contract could prevent municipal utilities, co-ops from pursuing local renewable energy, storage

/ September 22, 2019

How Eversource customers in New Hampshire unknowingly fund the Edison Electric Institute

Updated shortly after publication with additional comments from Eversource. Eversource customers in New Hampshire are on the hook for nearly $190,000 the utility paid last year to the Edison Electric...

/ September 18, 2019
Duke Energy's Sutton Gas Plant

Duke Energy’s zero-carbon goal undermined by massive gas rush

Duke's proposed gas plants, pipeline call climate goal integrity into question

/ September 17, 2019

Pinnacle West misleads investors that APS has “surpassed the Paris Agreement”

Arizona Public Service Company has not set a goal to decarbonize – or even to reduce total carbon emissions.

/ September 17, 2019
Louisiana Commissioner Eric Skrmetta Attacks Net Metering

Flawed Reports and Captured Commission Lead to Attack on Louisiana Solar Net Metering

UPDATE September 10, 2019: Documents reported by PV magazine indicate that the position on which the LPSC will be voting on Wednesday September 11, will be a “buy-all, sell-all” arrangement...

/ September 6, 2019

DTE executive tells lawmakers battery storage is not suitable for Michigan as advocates slam its resource plan

Updated on September 10 with a response from DTE Energy DTE Energy has been sharply criticized in recent weeks over its integrated resource plan filing, in which the company proposed...

/ September 3, 2019
APS spending on lobbying, marketing, grants, and political campaigns

APS political spending soared under Don Brandt. Will that change with a new CEO?

APS reported spending over $182 million between 2013 and 2018 on lobbying, marketing, grants, and political campaigns - $152 per customer.

/ August 30, 2019

Wisconsin utility We Energies looks to recover $2 million in annual membership dues from its customers

Customers of We Energies are currently on the hook to pay nearly $2 million a year for the monopoly utility’s corporate membership in various trade associations and organizations that practice...

/ August 29, 2019

Who’s behind Ohioans for Energy Security’s ad campaign to scare voters?

Ohioans for Energy Security, a new entity blanketing Ohio with a wave of television ads defending the bailout of FirstEnergy Solutions, is brought to you by the same people who...

/ August 28, 2019
Southern Company CEO Tom Fanning on CNBC

Southern Company’s “Low to No Carbon” Pledge Misleads Investors, Public

New disclosures show Southern Company has spent the past year misleading investors about its carbon reduction goals.

/ August 27, 2019