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
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.
APS Ramps Up Spending To $10 Million To Prevent Voters from Seeing Clean Energy Initiative on Ballot
The parent company of Arizona Public Service spent nearly $6.4 million in the past three months to prevent an initiative that would require the utility to use more renewable energy from gathering enough signatures to reach the ballot in November,...
Legislators who pushed APS’ agenda against renewables got rewarded with campaign contributions, new filings show
Utility PAC also spent big on federal and local races
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 power outages for tens of thousands of people. The area’s...
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
ACC candidate with multiple ties to APS, Kiana Sears, attended event
According to Arizona campaign finance quarterly reports that were filed last month, Arizona Public Service’s parent company, Pinnacle West Capital Corporation, contributed $1.18 million to Arizonans for Affordable Electricity, a political action committee (PAC). The PAC opposes Clean Energy for a Healthy...
Lawmakers behind legislation to help Arizona Public Service have now filed a complaint against the renewable energy ballot campaign
Two state legislators that have sponsored and introduced bills to help Arizona’s largest utility, Arizona Public Service, recently filed a complaint against the committee working to increase the state’s renewable energy standard – Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona. Republicans...