Jacob Williams FMPA general manager and CEO (former coal executive from the bankrupt coal company Peabody Energy)

FMPA Coordinating Statewide Campaign to Raise Florida Municipal Utilities’ Fixed Fees, Block Solar

The Florida Municipal Power Agency (FMPA) is waging a campaign to increase monthly fixed fees to as high as $50 in an attempt to block the growth of solar, according...

/ August 22, 2019
Duke Energy's gas investments lead it to muddled statements on the emissions impacts of solar energy.

Duke Energy’s Allegiance to Gas Leads to Muddled Statements on Solar Emissions Impacts

Duke Energy peddles, then recants the myth that solar increases pollution. Gas investments may be driving its muddled stance.

/ August 21, 2019

The Fossil Fuel and Utility Industries Lobbying for New FERC Commissioners Spots

Prominent players in the fossil fuel industry are involved in the ongoing nomination process for the open seats on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), recent congressional disclosures show.  With...

/ July 29, 2019
Big Bend Sea Wall TECO

TECO’s Political Contributions Seem Geared to Influence Approval of New Big Bend Gas Plant with Sea Wall

Tampa Electric (TECO), and its law firm have made political contributions to members of the Florida Power Plant Siting Board in the lead-up to tomorrow’s vote to approve the company’s...

/ July 24, 2019
Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association Craig coal plant

Colorado Public Utilities Commissioner questions “whether or not Tri-State has been candid us”

A Colorado utility’s attempts to avoid oversight by state regulators appears to be backfiring. At a Colorado Public Utilities Commission hearing this week, Commissioner Frances Koncilja said she has “some...

/ July 19, 2019
Southern Co. CEO Tom Fanning dismissed conflicting comments from Georgia subsidiary about Southern's "low- to no-carbon" goals.

Southern Company CEO Tom Fanning’s $2 Million Greenhouse Gas Reduction “Incentive” a Misnomer

Fanning has likely secured millions in bonus payouts for already planned GHG reductions.

/ July 1, 2019

Utilities gave $320K to Ohio House members who voted for bailout bill

Members of the Ohio House who voted in favor of a bill to bail out uncompetitive coal and nuclear power plants received over $320,000 in campaign money from four utilities...

/ June 26, 2019

AEP wants customers to fund “clean coal” group behind attacks on renewable energy

American Electric Power says it is working to meet strong customer demand for renewable energy, but the major utility wants to use customer money to fund a “clean coal” group...

/ June 17, 2019

Ads link FirstEnergy Solutions to dark money group Generation Now, Inc.

Updated on June 12, 2019, with a copy of one of Generation Now, Inc.’s Facebook ads supporting HB 6, the bill that would bail out FirstEnergy Solutions’ nuclear power plants...

/ June 11, 2019
AMEA and Cooperative Energy Customers on the Hook for $200 Million in Excess Profits

Southern Company Wins Hundreds of Millions in Profit from Rural Residents and Businesses

Southern Company’s lawyers secured at least $200 million in profit for the company, largely on the backs of rural utility customers in Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia, thanks to a March...

/ June 10, 2019