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Pollution Payday: Analysis of executive compensation and incentives of the largest U.S. investor-owned utilities

Download full report Con Edison The executive compensation program for Con Edison (ConEd), a utility providing electric and gas service across New York City and Westchester County, consists of two...

/ September 22, 2020
Southern Co. CEO Tom Fanning dismissed conflicting comments from Georgia subsidiary about Southern's "low- to no-carbon" goals.

Southern Company CEO Tom Fanning’s $2 Million Greenhouse Gas Reduction “Incentive” a Misnomer

...leadership in energy policy, and venture capital spending. Quantitative Scoring and Payout Qualitative Modifier In short, Fanning will receive at least part of his bonus for greenhouse gas emissions as...

/ July 1, 2019

Consumers for Smart Solar Caught Deleting References to the James Madison Institute

Earlier this week, the Miami Herald/Tampa Bay Times first reported that the James Madison Institute’s policy director bragged in a leaked audio recording that the Florida utility industry is using...

/ October 21, 2016

On ABC’s “This Week” Scott Pruitt Cites the Success of the EPA and Clean Air Act to Undo Them

...face to poor and minority families” Natural News’ Amy Goodrich: “EPA has pushed America into a ‘toxic legacy; with fraudulent science” Energy and Environment Legal Institute’s Steve Milloy: “These people...

/ March 27, 2017

Tucson Electric Power: Ignoring Water, Climate Change Risks

...(PPA) for 4.5 cents/kWh all-in costs, which includes 120 MWh of energy storage. This cheap rate should be compared to what TEP paid for natural gas fuel alone in 2014...

/ June 16, 2017

Arizona Free Enterprise Club

Arizona Free Enterprise Club (AFEC) is an anti-solar front group that was involved in electing anti-solar candidates to the Arizona Corporation Commission in 2014. Because the organization is a 501(c)4...

/ April 26, 2016

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/ April 11, 2016

Illinois utilities and executives continue to pour money into the attorney general campaign

...The Energy and Policy Institute noted earlier this year how Illinois’ major electrical and gas utility companies, which have had numerous battles with Attorney General Lisa Madigan over the years,...

/ March 1, 2018

Arizona Public Service Company Rate Request: Billions for Fossil Fuels, Nickels and Dimes for Solar customers. APS also proposes to increase its profits on both energy efficiency and distribution expenditures by receiving greater recovery for lost fixed costs. But what has been lost in...

/ September 21, 2016