Updated December 14, 2018

MAY 2018

May 8, 2018
Filed Comments on PJM Repricing Proposal
Three state Attorneys General joined a coalition of officials from five states in filing comments with FERC opposing PJM Interconnection's costly proposals for reshaping the wholesale electricity capacity market. PJM's proposals, if approved, would increase consumers' utility bills for all consumers in the PJM territory, especially impacting those states that have proactively supported clean energy development through state programs - such as renewable portfolio standards - without improving reliability.
[ Release | Comments | 3 AGs: Illinois; Delaware; Kentucky ]


January 10, 2018
Pushed FERC to Ensure Tax Cuts Benefit Customers, Not Utilities
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey led a bipartisan coalition of 12 state attorneys general in calling on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to ensure customers, not utility companies, benefit from recently enacted federal tax cuts.
[Release | Letter | 12 AGs: California; Connecticut; Illinois; Kentucky; Maryland; Massachusetts; Nevada; New York; North Carolina; Rhode Island; Texas; Virginia]


February 28, 2017
Urged Rep. Lamar Smith to End Congressional Interference with States' Exxon Investigation
Attorneys general "urged Rep. Lamar Smith, Chairman of the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology, to withdraw subpoenas sent to the Attorneys General of Massachusetts and New York, and to end the committee’s inquiry into investigations being conducted by the states of Massachusetts and New York into possible securities and consumer protection law violations by the ExxonMobil Corporation."
[Release | Letter to Congressman Lamar Smith | 15 AGs: California; Connecticut; Delaware; Illinois; Kentucky; Maine; Maryland; Mississippi; Oregon; Pennsylvania; Rhode Island; Virginia; Vermont; Washington; Washington, D.C.]