Legislators who pushed APS’ agenda against renewables got rewarded with campaign contributions, new filings show
Utility PAC also spent big on federal and local races
Commissioners Lovejoy, Jones accept Affordable Solar money, approve solar bid that raises customer rates
Did close ties to a lobbyist and campaign contributions lead commissioners to approve a more expensive solar contract between Public Service of New Mexico and Affordable Solar?
ACC candidate with multiple ties to APS, Kiana Sears, attended event
According to Arizona campaign finance quarterly reports that were filed last month, Arizona Public Service’s parent company, Pinnacle West Capital Corporation, contributed $1.18 million to Arizonans for Affordable Electricity, a political action committee (PAC). The PAC opposes Clean Energy for a Healthy...
Lawmakers behind legislation to help Arizona Public Service have now filed a complaint against the renewable energy ballot campaign
Two state legislators that have sponsored and introduced bills to help Arizona’s largest utility, Arizona Public Service, recently filed a complaint against the committee working to increase the state’s renewable energy standard – Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona. Republicans...
AZ regulators reject APS plans for gas investment, as APS tries to avoid potential renewable energy obligations
APS is the top campaign donor to the legislator behind a maneuver that would protect it and other utilities from an RPS increase measure on the ballot this November
NV Energy, casino operators who have fought renewable energy prefer Sisolak, Laxalt in governor’s race
Nevada’s primary electric utility company, NV Energy, has given to all of Nevada’s major 2018 gubernatorial candidates since 2014, but Democratic Clark County Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak is the only gubernatorial candidate to receive money from the utility ($10,000) during...
Arizona utility commissioners Andy Tobin and Tom Forese attended and spoke at a private conference of lobbyists for pipeline development, according to a conference agenda