How Utilities Charged Consumers $40 Billion for Failed Power Plants

By [email protected] Good journalism is more important than ever. In our last episode of the year, we’re choosing our favorite energy reporting of 2017.

We’ll start off with a conversation about a damning investigative piece on how U.S. utilities put ratepayers on the hook for $40 billion in failed coal and nuke projects.

Tony Bartelme, a special projects reporter at the Post and Courier, joins us to talk about his bombshell story, “Power Failure: How Utilities Across the U.S. Changed the Rules to Make Big Bets With Your Money.”

He and his team talked with 50 sources in industry and government. They uncovered a systematic

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