Jacqueline Toth


Jacqueline is a reporter at Morning Consult covering energy.

Morning Consult Energy: Mercedes-Benz Said to Plan to Join California Pact on Emissions

By Jacqueline Toth Top Stories Mercedes-Benz intends to join California’s agreement with automakers to sell more fuel-efficient automobiles nationwide, according to two people familiar with the company’s plans. Last month during a meeting at the White House, a senior adviser to President Donald Trump pressured Toyota Motor Corp., Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV and General Motors […]

Morning Consult Energy: Week in Review & What’s Ahead

By Jacqueline Toth Week in Review States A group of 22 states and seven cities sued the Trump administration for replacing the Clean Power Plan with looser restrictions on coal-fired power plants. Plaintiffs say the new rule abandons the Environmental Protection Agency’s responsibility to place limits on emissions. California, the top user nationwide of the […]

Morning Consult Energy: Trump Call to EPA Spurred Biofuel Waiver Announcement, Sources Say

By Jacqueline Toth Top Stories President Donald Trump called the Environmental Protection Agency last week, greenlighting the EPA’s announcement regarding biofuel blending exemptions and ending a weeks-long interagency discussion over the small refiner waiver applications, according to three people familiar with the matter. Trump had directed a change to the federal waiver program in June, […]

Morning Consult Energy: U.S. Puts 4 Chinese Nuclear Companies on Trade Blacklist

By Jacqueline Toth Top Stories The United States placed China General Nuclear Power Group and three subsidiaries on the Entity List, a trade blacklist that prevents American companies from working with those enterprises without first receiving federal approval, for “acting contrary to the national security or foreign policy interests of the United States.” In 2016, […]