The Trump Administration continues to aid the coal industry in the U.S. and abroad as climate talks continue in Poland
As world leaders gather to draft the rulebook for the Paris Climate Agreement, the Trump Administration will promote coal
Final Campaign Finance Reports Filed Before Election Shows APS Spending $30 Million To Defeat Prop 127
Millions More To Politicians While Arizona Rep. Grijalva Tells APS "No Thanks"
“Code of Ethics” has not increased trust in Arizona Corporation Commission, as APS seems poised to continue spending on races
Some commissioners seem to be ignoring even the existing rules.
Gas Continues to Drive Profits for DTE Energy as Utility Breaks Ground for New Power Plant and NEXUS Pipeline Nears Completion
Coming off of a record earnings year in which DTE Energy reported $1.134 billion in net income, the company revised its earnings guidance for analysts last month and now expects...
Pinnacle West Corporation, Parent Company of Arizona Public Service, Contributes Another $3.5 Million to Arizonans for Affordable Electricity
Campaign finance reports filed last night by Arizonans For Affordable Electricity, a group created to fight a clean energy ballot initiative, shows that Pinnacle West Corporation contributed another $3,512,000 to...
Koch Brothers’ Americans for Prosperity and Heartland Institute Climate Denier Join Arizona Public Service’s Anti-Clean Energy Campaign
As do politicians and organizations that have received thousands of dollars from the utility
The nation’s largest electric utilities are pouring money into political action committees and tax-exempt political organizations that work to elect governors, attorney generals and state legislators at an unprecedented rate...
APS Ramps Up Spending To $10 Million To Prevent Voters from Seeing Clean Energy Initiative on Ballot
Update: On August 21, EPI published an update to this article to note the $3,512,000 Pinnacle West contributed to Arizonans For Affordable Electricity from July 1 to August 11. The...
APS attributes LA blackouts to renewable energy, echoing bogus claim that even the renewables critic who made it walked back
Over the weekend, temperatures topped 100 degrees in Southern California (just as they did in several locations around the world), causing problems for the electric distribution system, which resulted in...