Tag: Southern Company
Southern Company and American Electric Power pledge to reduce emissions, but still support coal lobby group
Investors are calling on major companies to align their climate lobbying efforts with the Paris Agreement
Duke Energy’s zero-carbon goal undermined by massive gas rush
Duke's proposed gas plants, pipeline call climate goal integrity into question
Utility Carbon Targets Reflect Decarbonization Slowdown In Crucial Next Decade
Many of the nation's largest utilities are planning to slow down their efforts to decarbonize, according to the companies' own goals.
Tom Fanning defends Southern Company’s low- to no-carbon goal in misleading interview
Fanning dismissed conflicting testimony from Georgia Power subsidiary about Southern Company's "low- to no-carbon" goals.
What The Public Learned From The Utility Industry In 2018
Deceit, money in politics, astroturfing: 12 revelations from the electric utility industry
Analysis: How Electric Utilities and Their Executives Contributed in Nine Governor Races
Utilities Bet on Republicans in Some Close Races, Hedge in Others
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...