Recent reports from the Energy and Policy Institute

Southern Company Knew: How a “clean coal” utility was warned about climate change risks years before it funded climate disinformation, 1964-2022

Petition for FTC Investigation of Electric Utility Abuses

Many U.S. electric utilities plan slow decarbonization over next decade, out of sync with Biden plan

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

Coal and water conflicts in the American West

Strings Attached: How utilities use charitable giving to influence politics and increase investor profits

Utility Carbon Targets Reflect Decarbonization Slowdown In Crucial Next Decade

Utilities Knew: Documenting Electric Utilities’ Early Knowledge and Ongoing Deception on Climate Change From 1968-2017

Paying for Utility Politics: How ratepayers are forced to fund the Edison Electric Institute and other political organizations

Utility Industry Contributions to Section 527 Political Organizations

Analysis: How Electric Utilities and Their Executives Contributed in Nine Governor Races

The Utility Industry’s Influence at Universities

Wind Health Impacts Dismissed in Court

Confidential Documents Reveal Fossil Fuel-Funded Organizations Coordinating With Local Anti-Wind Groups

Analysis: Americans for Prosperity Anti-Wind Letter, June 2014

Documents Reveal Edison Electric Institute Campaign Against Solar

Attacks on Renewable Energy Policies in 2015

Attacks on Renewable Energy Policy by Fossil Fuel Interests 2013-2014

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