A mysterious group has spent more than a quarter million dollars promoting a vague agenda that’s critical of Illinois utilities’ clean energy transitions.
Climate activists failed to flip the state’s legislature, but the politics and economics of clean energy leave an opening for action — so long as Duke Energy is on board.
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.”