LIVE: Utilities that have and have not suspended disconnects amid COVID-19
EPI is tracking the states that have binding protections against electricity disconnections and when the protections expire.
Morgan Stanley: Duke, other utilities ignoring profit opportunity by failing to decarbonize rapidly
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 Attempts to Block Public Input in Resource Planning; Entergy Joins in Mississippi
Southern Company and Entergy have been objecting to participation in regulatory proceedings such as integrated resource plans and certificates of public need.
Report details utilities’ use of charitable giving to influence politics
Utilities' charitable giving a massive part of their political operations, used to manipulate support from low-income communities and communities of color.
Duke Energy’s zero-carbon goal undermined by massive gas rush
Duke's proposed gas plants, pipeline call climate goal integrity into question
Dominion Energy’s new carbon reduction goal will mean slowdown in emissions reduction pace
Dominion's pitch to climate-conscious investors may have a problem.
DTE Energy aims to continue its gas buildout as it proposes to leave coal by 2040
DTE Energy announced a plan to retire its coal-fired power plants by 2040 on Friday, but the utility is preserving the option to build more gas-burning power plants while the...
Arizona Commissioner Andy Tobin texted APS lobbyists frequently, including about open rate case
Tobin asked APS lobbyist whether they had a “public information strategy planned” to combat negative media coverage of a rate increase request while the case was still pending