IPCC report warns global emissions reductions needed now

ARIZONA, USA — A new report released this week details the increasingly dire consequences of global warming and urges government and corporate leaders to mainstream new technology that reduces CO2 emissions immediately. “The way I like to think about it is this is the decisive decade to make changes to mitigate the effects of climate change and […]

Solar Tomorrows Fellowship launches at ASU

ASU’s Center for Science and the Imagination and Center for Energy and Society are proud to announce the Solar Tomorrows Fellowship, funded by EarthShare through their, “The Energy of One, The Power of Many” program. Arizona Horizon welcomes Professor Clark Miller, Director of ASU’s Center for Energy and Society, and Ruth Wylie of the Center […]

Which States Generated the Most Renewable Energy in 2022?

Earlier this week, President Joe Biden pushed his climate agenda in an unexpected direction by announcing he had approved ConocoPhillips’ Willow oil drilling project in Alaska. The decision “greenlights a carbon bomb,” the nonprofit Earthjustice responded. The executive director of the Sierra Club warned of the project’s potential to “entirely undo the clean energy progress we’ve made.” A mix […]

Arizona county approves solar-powered cobalt sulfate production facility

EVelution Energy, an electric vehicle battery materials company, has received the approval of the Yuma County Board of Supervisors to develop a solar-powered cobalt sulfate production facility in Yuma County, Ariz., the first EV battery facility with on-site renewable energy generation in the U.S. The facility expects to produce  7,000 tonnes of cobalt per year […]

ASU Morrison Prize honors proposal to reform energy law, improve grid reliability

The Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University has just awarded its prestigious Morrison Prize to a group of professors from four different law schools for their article arguing that continued reliance on fossil fuels will only exacerbate the reliability challenges plaguing the nation’s electric grid. The article outlines innovative strategies for […]

Community, solar industry leaders highlight opportunities to help consumers, grow clean energy economy

TUCSON, Ariz. (13 News) – Tucson business and community leaders gathered Wednesday, March 1, to highlight ways the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) and the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) can create opportunities for consumers and Arizona’s clean energy economy. Tucson Council Member Kevin Dahl joined nonprofit community leaders and solar business representatives to discuss […]