April 21, 2024

Department of Justice (DOJ)

Massman Construction Co.
Court: Ameren Still Without Remedy for Years of Rush Island Air Pollution
After more than two years, Ameren Missouri has not yet delivered suitable redress for more than a decade’s worth of Clean Air Act violations via its Rush Island coal plant.
Puget Sound Energy
Wash. Sabotage Suspect Pleads Guilty
One of two men charged with attacking electric substations in Washington state over the Christmas holiday has pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges.
Feds Charge Two in Alleged Conspiracy to Attack BGE Grid
Federal officials charged a Neo-Nazi leader and an associate with plotting to attack electric substations in Baltimore in hopes of triggering cascading outages.
U.S. Department of State
DOJ Reveals Indictments Against Russian Energy Hackers
The U.S. Department of Justice unveiled charges against four Russian state-sponsored hackers for compromising energy companies in the U.S. and abroad.
Patrick Finnegan, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons
FBI: Conspirators Planned Grid Attack to Start Race War
Three men pleaded guilty to planning a coordinated attack on electric substations across the U.S., hoping to start an economic crisis and race war.
FirstEnergy to Sell Shares of Assets to Boost Equity
FirstEnergy expects to sell interests in its distribution or transmission assets to raise capital following the Ohio House Bill 6 scandal.
WKYC Channel 3
DOJ Orders $230 Million Fine for FirstEnergy
FirstEnergy has agreed to pay a fine for its role in the H.B. 6 scandal, which federal prosecutors described as the largest bribery scandal in Ohio history.

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