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Even without the visual of a hundred retirees wearing custom neon yellow shirts, it’s clear the neighbors are upset. The atmosphere in the meeting room at the Los Lagos Golf Course — itself a splash of green on the windswept brown landscape of Arizona’s Mojave Desert — is as tense as a coiled spring when[...]
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The Arizona Corporation Commission has until April 15 to respond to a motion filed by Arizona’s Attorney General demanding reconsideration of a recent order that discriminates against rooftop solar owners, allowing Arizona Public Service to charge them extra fees that don’t apply to other customers. Time left for ACC to fix unfair solar charge On Feb. 22,[...]
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In this article, we will look into the 20 states that produce the most renewable energy in the US. If you want to skip our detailed analysis, you can go directly to the 5 States that Produce the Most Renewable Energy in the US.
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The 2024 election for the Salt River Project Board and Council is underway. SRP is the nation’s largest public power company. Unlike investor-owned utilities in the state, SRP is a political subdivision of the State of Arizona and not regulated by the Arizona Corporation Commission.  SRP is a not-for-profit, community-based entity governed by a board[...]
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After nearly a year of frantic lobbying and debate, the EPA has finalized strict new rules on vehicle emissions that will push the auto industry to accelerate its transition to electric vehicles. The EPA expects that under the new rules, EVs could account for up to 56% of new passenger vehicles sold for model years[...]
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