A federal judge has declared that U.S. Department of Energy discretionary spending tainted by alleged cronyism and political favoritism is subject to legal challenge.
Thanks to the government oversight and accountability group Cause of Action, HARDI was able to effectively halt administrative abuse
U.S. District Court of Appeals has approved a settlement in the long-running lawsuit regarding Regional Efficiency Standards.
Due process in agency rulemaking exists to give all Americans a voice instead of merely relying upon the unelected elite
The Department of Energy issued a rule that will drive up costs for distributors, installers, and consumers of heating and air conditioning products across the United States. Refusing to acknowledge properly filed comments and concerns from HARDI, the Department of Energy issued new energy efficiency standards. Cause of Action took […]
Cause of Action is representing XP Vehicles, a San Francisco-based electric car company in a lawsuit against the federal government concerning the U.S. Department of Energy’s denial of XP’s loan guarantee application under the Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing (AVTM) loan program. United States Court of Federal Claims Opposition to Motion to Dismiss (February […]
As we’ve seen over the past month the DOE is reviving its loan program, this time under new management. Yet Cause of Action (CoA), a government accountability group, hasn’t forgotten how the DOE handled applications for the Loan Guarantee Program in the first go-round. Today CoA took a step in […]