A mysterious group has spent more than a quarter million dollars promoting a vague agenda that’s critical of Illinois utilities’ clean energy transitions.
Any changes in the wake of the alleged $60 million Householder conspiracy will ultimately depend on voters, advocates say.
A public version of the report contains dozens of redactions, obscuring what went into some of the policy recommendations.
The testimony from America’s Power comes as a state senate committee considers “comprehensive energy policy.”
Gabe Chan, an assistant professor at the University of Minnesota, seeks to connect research with public policy.