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Republican AGs Pour Cold Water on New EPA Rule

A group of 11 Republican AGs and several energy industry groups filed a lawsuit against the EPA challenging the 2023 Water Quality Certification Rule, which revises the Clean Water Act’s (CWA) permitting process to allow states and tribes increased power to veto a project. In their complaint, the AGs and industry groups argue that the…

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AGs in Solar-darity in Fight Against Allegedly Deceptive Solar Panel Sales Practices

Florida AG Ashley Moody brought lawsuits against two solar energy companies, SetUp My Solar, Inc. and Vision Solar FL, LLC, and related individuals for allegedly violating the state’s consumer protection law and home solicitation sale law by misleading consumers about the installation, pricing, and incentives associated with solar panel systems.

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Energy Department’s Proposed Standards Leave Republican AGs Boiling

A group of 21 Republican AGs filed a public comment letter criticizing the Department of Energy’s (DOE) proposed Energy Policy and Conservation Act efficiency standards for consumer boilers—appliances that supply steam or hot water for residential space-heating—arguing that the standards would impose significant hardships.

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Alleged Deceptive Conduct Sparks Illinois Suit Against Residents Energy

Illinois AG Kwame Raoul filed a lawsuit against Residents Energy, LLC, alleging that the alternative retail electric supplier violated the Illinois Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act, as well as the Illinois Telephone Solicitations Act, by using deceptive and unfair tactics to switch consumers from public utility companies to more expensive contracts with Residents…

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