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Florida Legislature hands out millions in tax cuts to fossil fuel companies
From gas stoves to gas equipment tax breaks, legislators passed fossil fuel-friendly policy agenda
Colorado law prohibits utilities from spending ratepayer money on politics
A new law in Colorado prohibits investor-owned utility companies from using ratepayer money to fund trade associations, promotional advertising, certain kinds of lobbying, and other political influence activities. The Colorado...
Southern Company’s updated greenhouse gas bonus still pays executives as company invests in fossil fuels
Southern faces investor challenges on Scope 3 emissions
New bill aims to stop Colorado utilities from spending ratepayer money on politics
A new bill in Colorado would stop investor-owned utility companies from using ratepayer money to fund lobbying, trade associations, promotional advertising, and other political influence efforts. Colorado Senate President Steve...
Bank records reveal more secret payments to Larry Householder’s dark money group from the fossil fuel industry, other sectors
Bank records subpoenaed by the Cleveland City Council have revealed previously secret payments to convicted former Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder’s dark money group Generation Now from donors in the...
Southern Company Knew
Southern Company Knew How a “clean coal” utility was warned about climate change risks years before it funded climate disinformation, 1964-2022 Download the full report as a PDF (Click here)...
Utilities sent $6.8 million to members of Congress who sought to overturn election results in recent election cycles
Three utilities and a trade association have said they are "pausing" all contributions in wake of violence
Jonathan Scott talks to EPI about taking on utilities in solar film “Power Trip”
"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."
Duke Energy spends big on Republicans, “soft money” groups in 2020 election
In the states and federally, utility maintains focus on GOP – amid potential shifts in North Carolina, US Senate control – coupled with hard-to-trace campaign finance entities