In a Win for Workers, White House Affirms Support for Alaska’s Willow Oil Project


The Biden administration provided a lift to IBEW members and skilled construction workers in Alaska on May 26, when it filed a brief in federal district court defending the Willow gas and oil project on the state's North Slope.


New York Member Featured on Brotherhood Outdoors TV Sept. 14


Membership in the union electrical trade is often shared from one generation to the next. So is a passion for hunting, and on the next episode of Brotherhood Outdoors, Syracuse, N.Y., Local 43 member Dustin Morgan brings the two together.


We Will Never Forget Those We Lost


IBEW International President Lonnie R. Stephenson issued the following statement on the 20th Anniversary of the Sept. 11th attacks.


Manitoba Hydro Members End Successful Strike for a Fair Contract


Winnipeg, Manitoba, Local 2034 members are breathing easier since the end of their 9-week strike in May.


Clean, Reliable Nuclear Power Must Be A Part of America’s Carbon-Free Strategy


The Biden administration’s climate goals will be met only by expanding nuclear energy production, International President Lonnie R. Stephenson writes in an op-ed.


IBEW Members Working to Modernize the Birthplace of the Atom Bomb


The birthplace of the atomic bomb is getting a massive makeover, and an increasing number of IBEW members are on the way to help ensure that this much-needed upgrade is taking place safely and professionally.


What Happened in Texas? The Texas Power Crisis of 2021, and What Comes Next


Experts are now saying that Texas could be in for a long summer because the state's power grid isn't ready to deal with the heat. Here's what went wrong last winter and what needs to be done to prevent another energy catastrophe.