Tag: Utility Air Regulatory Group
UARG, the sequel? “Clean Air Act Monitoring Service” and “Climate Legal Group” appear at McGuireWoods
Customers could be on the hook to pay utilities' dues
Southern Company’s Lobbying Disclosures Obscure State-Level Information from Investors, Public
CEO Fanning gets credit toward bonus for coal closures after opposing federal regulations.
Southern Company’s “Low to No Carbon” Pledge Misleads Investors, Public
New disclosures show Southern Company has spent the past year misleading investors about its carbon reduction 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.
UWAG and USWAG: the secretive utility groups that also target EPA safeguards remain after Utility Air Regulatory Group disbands
The Utility Air Regulatory Group announced on Friday that its remaining members had decided to disband the embattled project after more than 40 years. UARG had been an unincorporated group...
As utilities flee newly scandalous UARG, remaining members make dishonest claims about its purpose
As investigations continue into former Utility Air Regulatory Group attorney and EPA Assistant Administrator Bill Wehrum over possible violations of ethics rules, a flood of utility companies that were members...
Attacks on wind and solar power by the coal and gas industries
Wind and solar power projects are under attack by coal and gas companies that fear competition from the booming renewable energy industry. Below are examples from the past year of...
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...