Tell Your Utilities: It's Time to Ditch EEI

Edison Electric Institute (EEI) is using money from Americans' utility bills to sue the EPA over common-sense climate policy—limits on harmful pollution from power plants— and we're going to hold them accountable.

Power plants currently emit one-quarter of all U.S. climate pollution, but EPA is taking on the problem with new limits that will cut nearly 2 billion tons of carbon.

But your utility pays dues to the industry trade group EEI, which is suing EPA to try and stop these life-saving rules.

That's why your utility needs to hear it directly from ratepayers: We do not want our money funding climate obstruction.