Providing safe, reliable and affordable electricity is the electric power industry’s top priority. As owners and operators of infrastructure that is critical to the nation’s security and way of life, electric utilities take their responsibility...
Energy & Environment
Today, seventeen industry leaders from a diverse swath of America’s business landscape have convened in Washington united in concern over bad government policy albeit hopeful that a solution is near. Representing interests as disparate as cattle...
According to the Pew Research Center, just 14 percent of Republicans view global warming as a top priority. In addition,...
Wind energy is saving consumers money by displacing more expensive forms of energy.
Bills being considered will shortcut critical reviews and limit the ability of outside agencies and the public to have a meaningful say in how projects are built.
Advancing homegrown energy and embracing efficiency boosts economic growth, increases national security, and protects clean air and clean water.
Even the most aggressive and economically damaging regulations in the U.S. would have little impact on a global scale.
As a policy red-herring, Keystone XL is tailor-made for the Washington chattering class since it provides a perfect political foil for politicians to stoke their partisan crowds while requiring little to no substance about energy policy.
Consumers in states that restructured to promote retail competition saw their rates decline by 3.6 percent, while ratepayers in states that retained the traditional regulatory model saw their rates increase by 8.2 percent.
Environmental policies established by Congress and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are moving us toward electrical grid failure.