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Political Donations in Power & Utilities
... campaign called Up From the Ashes whose sole focus is to deny PG&E the legislative victory it seeks. The campaign's web address neatly sums up ...
... received over the years from political action committees representing corporations such as DTE Energy and Consumers Energy and said, based on that, consumers would have ...
... his current term. Among the clients at Hart’s lobbying firm is OGE Energy Corp., an electricity company serving Oklahoma and Arkansas. According to federal disclosure ...
... special session that cost about $66,000 to approve legislation that would allow Ameren to negotiate special rates with large industrial customers, which Greitens argued was ...
... Onofre permanently, the company donated $25,000 to the California Democratic Party.Emails from PG&E's top lobbyist Brian Cherry to his boss claim that Brown personally intervened ...
... Energy Highway plan. Construction of the proposed 650-megawatt plant, called the CPV Valley Energy Center in Wawayanda, Orange County, has already begun, but progress could ...
... after a "fair, objective and competitive process" overseen by an independent consultant. Exelon Corp., an energy company headquartered in Chicago, and its subsidiaries, PECO Energy ...
... in Ontario. Mr. Pickens and Mesa Power contend that the Florida company, NextEra, was granted exclusive access through private meetings with important government officials that ...
... political action committee backing former Gov. Jeb Bush's presidential run is NextEra Energy Inc., the company that owns electric utility giant Florida Power & Light. ...
... for Christie's travel abroad to countries such as Israel and Britain. Public Service Enterprise Group, the Newark-based utility company whose president is chairman of Choose ...
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