An “Electric Cooperative Governance Task Force Report” urging co-op transparency was kept secret until now
The national trade association for electric cooperatives commissioned a report urging its members to embrace transparency reforms, but the association has kept its findings a secret for the past two...
In the latest sign of the U.S. coal industry’s declining ability to compete in the power sector, Peabody Energy is now struggling to find electric utility companies who are willing...
United Power and La Plata Electric ask Colorado Public Utilities Commission to determine Tri-State exit fee
The electric cooperatives’ filings emphasize a critical flaw in Tri-State’s governance system
Colorado Rural Electric Association spent electric cooperatives’ money supporting Republican politicians
The statewide association for electric cooperatives in Colorado describes its political spending as bipartisan and funded by voluntary donations, but a review of filings with the Colorado Secretary of State...
Emails show that the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity provided utility commissioners with a template letter to FERC - which some commissioners copied word-for-word
Southern Company and American Electric Power pledge to reduce emissions, but still support coal lobby group
Investors are calling on major companies to align their climate lobbying efforts with the Paris Agreement
New TVA contract could prevent municipal utilities, co-ops from pursuing local renewable energy, storage
Arizona Public Service Company has not set a goal to decarbonize – or even to reduce total carbon emissions.
APS reported spending over $182 million between 2013 and 2018 on lobbying, marketing, grants, and political campaigns - $152 per customer.
A Colorado utility’s attempts to avoid oversight by state regulators appears to be backfiring. At a Colorado Public Utilities Commission hearing this week, Commissioner Frances Koncilja said she has “some...