Financial alliance publishes paper on how financial institutions can measure decarbonization
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — In a win for Kentuckians, regulators at the Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) approved Louisville Gas and Electric and Kentucky Utilities’ (LG&E/KU) request to install 877 MW of solar generation and a 500 MWh battery to generate and store power in the state. This decision represents a nine-fold increase in the amount of renewable energy LG&E/KU provide today.
Bills would 'threaten workers’ retirement security and our financial system'
WASHINGTON, D.C.-- Today, the House Natural Resources Committee advanced a bill from Rep. Garret Graves (R-La.) that could threaten the survival of Rice’s whale, one of the most endangered whale species in the world and the only whale living exclusively in U.S. waters.
Washington, DC – Voters cast their ballots in elections across several states on Tuesday, deciding the outcome of two governors’ races, the makeup of eight state legislative chambers, and countless local races and ballot initiatives.
Dozens of Sierra Club-endorsed candidates have emerged victorious in their races so far, a remarkable success in an off-year election.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Today, the Bureau of Land Management concludes a public comment period that could see additional protections for the Arctic Refuge.
More than 70 climate, health and consumer organizations have called for utilities across the nation to leave the American Gas Association (AGA) over their efforts to block climate policies and proliferate disinformation about the health risks of gas stove pollution. AGA receives millions in annual dues from utilities across the country, primarily paid for through customer bills.
WASHINGTON, DC - On Friday, the Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration announced millions to fund 41 port improvement projects in communities across the nation through the Port Infrastructure Development Program (PIDP). The money comes from the Infrastructure and Investment Act, passed in November 2021.
150 clean construction projects announced across the country
Cheyenne, WY – After months of feedback from concerned Rocky Mountain Power customers opposed to the utility’s unprecedented rate hike, yesterday marked the conclusion of the Public Service Commission’s (PSC) contentious rate case hearing and public comment period. Parties to the case will file closing briefs, and the PSC plans to deliberate in a public meeting on November 28 on whether it will approve or deny the historic rate increase.