AEP, FirstEnergy, Duke Energy, and DP&L disconnected Ohio customers who couldn't pay their bills during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Electric utilities are failing to align their businesses with the Paris climate agreement goals and investors’ expectations, according to a new scorecard of major emitting companies. The Climate Action 100+...
Facing pressure from investors, the top two carbon polluting utilities in the country are making gestures to disclose more information about their advocacy with regard to climate policy, but the...
Justin Olson, Arizona utility regulator, is an executive of Turning Point USA, group whose political arm sponsored rally preceding attack on Capitol
Olson has held a second job as the group's Chief Financial Officer
Utilities sent $6.8 million to members of Congress who sought to overturn election results in recent election cycles
Three utilities and a trade association have said they are "pausing" all contributions in wake of violence
"Entrenched utility interests are attempting to maintain their death grip on our energy sources, and they will try to squeeze out anyone who interferes with their profitability."
Pollution Payday: analysis of executive compensation and incentives of the largest U.S. investor-owned utilities
While the coronavirus pandemic has devastated the U.S. economy, leaving millions of Americans struggling to afford their utility bills, the top executives for those utilities continue breaking their own records...
EEI's boot camp held up two companies as case studies - FirstEnergy and APS - despite both having become paragons of utility corruption.
Update: AEP has acknowledged funding Empowering Ohio's Economy, a dark money organization that contributed to Generation Now