"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
Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder arrested. Will FirstEnergy Corp. be charged next? What you need to know
Federal prosecutors have charged Householder in a $60 million corruption scheme. Will FirstEnergy Corp. be charged next?
Investor-owned utilities' CEO compensation was up 26% in 2019 over 2018.
Caught in patchwork of policies and pledges, some utility customers may still be awaiting electricity restoration or racking up fees
A mosaic of state policies and voluntary pledges has meant that the effects of missing a utility payment are playing out unevenly across the country.
EPI is tracking the states that have binding protections against electricity disconnections and when the protections expire.
Morgan Stanley analysts say utilities can grow earnings by accelerating coal-to-renewables switch, but some utilities are letting the opportunity slip away.
Southern Company and Entergy have been objecting to participation in regulatory proceedings such as integrated resource plans and certificates of public need.