A Regulatory Primer for Board Members with Non Regulatory Backgrounds

Are you a new board member serving on a regulated company board, but from a non-regulatory background? This podcast episode featuring Public Utility Research Center Director and Gunter Professor Mark Jamison is directed especially to newer board members and executives in utility companies regulated at the state and even federal levels.

Biden’s Antitrust Team is Tossing Aside Rule of Law

Every business owner knows that a sure way to go out of business is to break promises to customers. Hand a burger and fries to someone who ordered a filet mignon, and you won’t see that customer again. So why do Biden’s antitrust regulators think that it is okay to dismiss America’s laws and become [...]

AEI Section 230 Spring Summit

Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act is often referred to as the “26 words that created the internet.” Now, those words are the subject of a growing debate about their application and efficacy. From Supreme Court cases to state and national legislative proposals, the future of Section 230 is in question. Join AEI’s online [...]

Pre-PURC Series: The Present and Future of Energy Markets

New technology and new laws bring new opportunities and new challenges. As energy markets throughout the world transition from legacy, single-provider systems, utilities and regulators must confront new realities. How are countries transitioning to new energy markets? How are their choices affecting utilities and citizens? What lessons are they learning? What opportunities and challenges await [...]

Meta’s Expanded User Controls Are a (Cautious) Positive Step

Rumor is that Meta will allow users greater control over their Facebook Feed, which is the first thing a user sees when he or she logs into Facebook. More specifically, users will be able to “increase or diminish the presence of spam, sensitive, or ‘fact-checked’ content.” This is a step in the right direction, but [...]