Investor-owned utilities have begun to resume the disconnection process, are opposed to shutoff moratorium petition before the PSC next week
Pollution Payday: Analysis of executive compensation and incentives of the largest U.S. investor-owned utilities
While the coronavirus pandemic has devastated the U.S. economy, leaving millions of Americans struggling to afford their utility bills, the top executives for those utilities continue breaking their own records...
Attack led by Florida legislator who has accepted over $20,000 from utilities in political contributions
Records show Rep. Bill Seitz, the third-ranking Republican in the Ohio House, worked with FirstEnergy to draft a nuclear power plant bailout bill that’s now the subject of a federal...
Google ads appear as Duke Energy, Southern Company advocate for more limited regional exchange, and following anti-RTO Facebook ads from dark money group
Three state legislator applicants have each accepted thousands in utility political contributions and voted in favor of utility-friendly legislation.
Utilities have deceived public officials and investors to grow profits, occasionally leading to criminal investigations and prosecution.
Thousands remain without electricity, gas, or water during crisis
Key Points: Duke Energy released a new climate report describing potential pathways to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. Its main scenario relies heavily on fossil gas expansion, offsets, and...
Caught in patchwork of policies and pledges, some utility customers may still be awaiting electricity restoration or racking up fees
A mosaic of state policies and voluntary pledges has meant that the effects of missing a utility payment are playing out unevenly across the country.