Energy policy

Arianna Skibell

Reporter

(404) 435-1787

Arianna Skibell covers the power industry's transition in a warming world, including the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, electric grid and state energy battles. Following a year of independent research and reporting in Israel through the Dorot Fellowship, she was a freelance reporter, contributing to States Newsroom and Jewish Currents magazine, among other news outlets. She previously worked at E&E News from 2016 to 2018 covering federal regulations, climate change and Puerto Rico's recovery from Hurricane Maria. She holds a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University. 

Latest Stories

CONGRESS

Coalition calls on Senate to confirm FERC picks

A diverse coalition of 27 trade and labor groups is calling on Senate leadership to fill vacant posts at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the five-member independent agency charged with overseeing major natural gas pipeline projects and electricity markets.

FERC

Chatterjee: 'I'm not going anywhere'

Republican Federal Energy Regulatory Commission member Neil Chatterjee yesterday congratulated President-elect Joe Biden on his recent victory, making the regulator one of the few Trump appointees to acknowledge the president's defeat.

NOMINATIONS

Coalition urges Senate to confirm FERC picks

A diverse coalition of 27 trade and labor groups is calling on Senate leadership to fill vacant posts at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the five-member independent agency charged with overseeing major natural gas pipeline projects and electricity markets.