Arizona Commissioner Justin Olson answered questions about Arizona’s energy policy by copying parts of an APS memo verbatim, emails show
Emails show that Olson forwarded a Wall Street analyst's questions to an APS lobbyist, then read from APS' answers verbatim.
Backers of Prop 127 call for independent investigation of Brnovich over edits to renewable energy ballot language
Backers of Prop 127, the ballot initiative that would increase Arizona’s use of renewable energy, are calling for an independent investigation of the conduct of Attorney General Mark Brnovich and...
APS uses teachers in ads against Prop 127, but has history of funding anti-public education organizations
The Arizona utility has funded and worked closely with three organizations that have been opponents of the #InvestInEd movement to increase teacher pay.
Utility-funded Harvard group has given tens of thousands of dollars in airfare, luxury hotels and meals to Arizona utility commissioners
An APS lobbyist suggested that AZ Commissioner Boyd Dunn join the group, whose director has testified directly on APS' behalf in front of the Commission.
Stump's new trade association will represent Arizona utilities in front of his former colleagues at the ACC.
Report: Forese actually fired Vogt because he was standing up to APS' interests; wife's work for Veridus was convenient excuse
The person who is telling us that electric vehicles won’t do enough to reduce greenhouse gas emissions doesn’t accept that climate change is real.
Entergy came under fire this week when a New Orleans news site revealed that many of the people who testified on behalf of the company’s proposed gas-fired power plant were...
Hawthorn Group, PR firm behind paid actors scandal in New Orleans, has long record of being paid by utilities to lie to the public
Entergy hired the Hawthorn Group to create "grassroots support" for its proposed natural gas power plant
AZ legislator who slammed renewable energy initiative collects income from multiple organizations tied to APS
AZ state senator Robert Meza says he based his opposition on a study paid for by APS.