EEI's boot camp held up two companies as case studies - FirstEnergy and APS - despite both having become paragons of utility corruption.
Mark Cardenas, Democrat who came out against Prop 127, got $8,000 in “consulting” fees from APS-backed PAC
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...
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...
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.