Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
California’s new climate reporting requirements are being carefully designed to minimize duplication of efforts once the SEC catches up.
American Electric Power says it's been issued two SEC subpoenas in an investigation into the company’s involvement in controversial Ohio legislation.
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PG&E asked the CPUC to approve a plan that would allow it to sell a stake in a new generation subsidiary, with proceeds to be used to fund capital investment.
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The FirstEnergy board of directors told the SEC that it had formed a “special review committee” to assess the performance of current top executives.
Attorneys general from 19 states and D.C. voiced support for a plan to require companies to include climate change risk assessments in their SEC reports.
SEC Chair Gary Gensler and officials of large investment funds defended the SEC’s proposed climate rule, saying it will bring consistency and transparency.
The SEC's proposal to require companies to disclose their climate-related impacts raises the question of "materiality" — that is, what exactly to report.
The SEC has issued a proposed rule that would require public companies to file GHG emissions data and information related to impacts of climate risks.
A coalition of attorneys general are demanding that the SEC require companies to disclose their GHG emissions annually, as well as any mitigation plans.
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AEP said that it had received a subpoena from the SEC seeking documents related to how it might have benefited from the passage of Ohio H.B. 6 in 2019.
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