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Sometimes Energy Subsidies Represent Sound Economics *Gasp*

Sometimes Energy Subsidies Represent Sound Economics *Gasp*

Will Greene March 3, 2014 0

By Will Greene Blog for Arizona | www.blogforarizona.com Many defenders of dirty energy label climate-concerned citizens as adhering to a “church of global warming.” In truth our concerns are based on long-accepted physics backed by

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OP ED: Tempe Should Embrace Rooftop Solar

OP ED: Tempe Should Embrace Rooftop Solar

Kevin Hengehold November 6, 2013 2

Originally prepared for Tempe’s Rooftop Solar Forum held Tuesday, November 5th at Tempe City Hall.   First of all, I have to call out APS on its shady behavior.  And I wish there were

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Is Net Metering Giving Arizona Solar Users a ‘Free Ride’?

Is Net Metering Giving Arizona Solar Users a ‘Free Ride’?

Editor October 20, 2013 0

by David Leeper, PhD Scottsdale, AZ October 9, 2013 The Short Answer is No. Here’s a Closer Look. Over the past couple months, political-style attack advertising has been running on TV and radio for and

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Arizona Power Plants Among America’s Dirtiest

Arizona Power Plants Among America’s Dirtiest

Kevin Hengehold September 13, 2013 0

Power plants in America are responsible for a majority of its greenhouse gas emissions.  That seems reasonable – it’s where we burn most of our fossil fuels. But did you know that the fifty

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Climate Activists Greet Obama at Phoenix Speech

Climate Activists Greet Obama at Phoenix Speech

Will Greene August 7, 2013 0

On Tuesday President Obama visited Phoenix and was greeted by 30 energized citizens putting pressure on him to reject the Keystone XL pipeline – a proposed project that would pump tar sands crude across

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Arizona is Lighting the Way in Solar Power

Arizona is Lighting the Way in Solar Power

Kevin Hengehold July 25, 2013 1

On Tuesday, Environment America release the report “Lighting the Way: What We Can Learn From America’s Top 12 Solar States.” Arizona shone brightest among the “Dazzling Dozen,” the twelve states with the greatest solar

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Cave Creek Council Unanimously Rejects APS’s Proposal, Supports Net Metering

Cave Creek Council Unanimously Rejects APS’s Proposal, Supports Net Metering

Kevin Hengehold July 21, 2013 3

The fight over net metering played out on the municipal level on Monday night when the Cave Creek Town Council unanimously voted to approve a resolution recommending the Arizona Corporation Commission maintain the current

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Nineteen Souls

Nineteen Souls

Stefan Jacke July 1, 2013 0

By Stefan Jacke Herne Speaks | hernespeaks.wordpress.com Nineteen souls, hotshots lost near Yarnell. Let me put this in perspective. These are about the baddest of the bad. Only jumpers have more training. A ‘shot is

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OP-ED: Much Ado About Nothing, or Too Little, Too Late

OP-ED: Much Ado About Nothing, or Too Little, Too Late

Sean Patrick Miller June 29, 2013 0

By Sean Patrick Miller YA BASTA! | www.seanmiller12.wordpress.com “There are assumptions that if the keystone pipeline is not built … it will not make a significant difference in the net greenhouse gas emissions.” -Dana

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Arizona’s Energy Politics: What Your Power Bill is Paying For

Arizona’s Energy Politics: What Your Power Bill is Paying For

Kevin Hengehold June 14, 2013 1

A popular argument for net metering is that solar energy provides choice to energy consumers. If you live in a state with vertically integrated utilities (in Arizona, we do), if you don’t like your utility’s energy source,

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