Former governor Sununu defends climate skeptic at controversial Portsmouth Conference

Former New Hampshire governor John H. Sununu defended the views of climate skeptic Bjorn Lomborg last week during the Portsmouth Conference, a controversial event held in a coastal region of the state that faces risks from climate change impacts like...

/ October 23, 2018
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Justin Olson

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.

/ October 18, 2018
APS gives Arizonans for Affordable Electricity, Arizonans for Sustainable Energy Policy millions to attack Prop 127, elect candidates

APS spending against Prop 127 renewable energy initiative reaches $22 million

Mark Cardenas, Democrat who came out against Prop 127, got $8,000 in “consulting” fees from APS-backed PAC

/ October 16, 2018

APS pushed county administrators to pass legally questionable resolutions against clean energy initiative

UPDATE (11/16/2018): A recently completed public records request in Mohave county reveals that representatives from Unisource Energy Services, the sister of Tucson Electric Power (TEP), lobbied Mohave County officials in August to have the Board of Supervisors offer a resolution in...

/ October 9, 2018
New Vogtle Agreement with MEAG and Oglethorpe Power

Georgia Power Steamrolls MEAG, Oglethorpe in New Vogtle Agreement

Georgia Power consolidated its control of the controversial Plant Vogtle expansion last week, winning both influence and the potential to earn additional profit in a new agreement with its co-owners. Oglethorpe Power Company, the instigator of the down-to-the-wire negotiations, and...

/ October 4, 2018
APS Four Corners Coal

Replacing coal with more coal: how Arizona Public Service’s Four Corners coal plant hurt customers, but earned investors profits

“APS has had the home field advantage with the ACC, and their ratepayers are the visiting team.” - David Schlissel, IEEFA

/ October 1, 2018
A key aide to Attorney General Mark Brnovich inserted edits to the language describing Prop 127 for voters which aligned with utility APS' position on the initiative.

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 his office after revelations last week that one of Brnovich’s...

/ September 26, 2018

Bill Wehrum: A top Trump official at EPA delivers for former utility industry clients

Update for September 18, 2018: As first reported today by E&E News, EPA’s Bill Wehrum has filed a recusal letter that names former clients, including the Utility Air Regulatory Group, Dominion Energy and Duke Energy, he has met with since joining the...

/ September 18, 2018
Arizonans for Affordable Electricity's ad against clean energy Prop 127. APS also funds anti-#InvestInEd organizations.

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.

/ September 17, 2018