We Don’t Need to Yell at the Utility Regulators or the Utilities but the Government Who Appoints Them

By Paritosh Kasotia David Roberts of Grist had a great article, “Why Are We Yelling at the Utilities and Not Their Regulators” out on February 20th that brought attention to the role of regulators in supporting clean energy choices. It’s the regulators through the Public Utility Commissions that decide what policies are implemented and whichContinue reading “We Don’t Need to Yell at the Utility Regulators or the Utilities but the Government Who Appoints Them”

Why are Companies taking a Myopic View on EPA’s Clean Power Plan?

By Paritosh Kasotia An article that appeared in The Guardian cites large corporations such as FedEx stating that they don’t have to take a stand on the EPA’s Clean Power Plan rules because they are not directed at their industry sector. Another unknown company also stated that “there’s a reluctance if a regulation doesn’t getContinue reading “Why are Companies taking a Myopic View on EPA’s Clean Power Plan?”

Conflicting Views on St. Louis’s Business Stand on EPA’s Clean Power Plan

By Paritosh Kasotia In an article appearing in St. Louis yesterday, it’s no surprise that St. Louis business and political leaders criticize the EPA carbon regulations as a threat to the state economy. The panel was hosted by the St. Louis Chamber of Commerce and organized by the Partnership for a Better Energy Future, aContinue reading “Conflicting Views on St. Louis’s Business Stand on EPA’s Clean Power Plan”