Utilities flee UARG as Congressional Dems tee up probe into lobbying group

Utility Dive: Departures from UARG show that utility resource decisions may be starting to influence lobbying practices.

For decades, UARG has pressed for looser emission standards and the preservation of large polluting facilities like coal plants. But as companies like DTE shift away from a legacy of coal burning to natural gas and renewables, policy priorities also change.

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