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Is Rooftop Solar Subsidizing APS?

Is Rooftop Solar Subsidizing APS?

Editor July 7, 2013 0

The Alliance for Solar Choice (TASC) submitted a letter on July 2 to the Arizona Corporation Commission that discusses the subsidy provided to Arizona Public Service and its customers by ratepayers who invest their

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“No Blood For Oil,” Military Chimes In

“No Blood For Oil,” Military Chimes In

Kevin Hengehold June 30, 2013 0

By Kevin Hengehold Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Originally Posted at Source CleanTech For too long, the approach to renewable energy has been consumed by the culture wars. Renewable energy advocates have largely occupied the

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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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The fuss about the Keystone XL pipeline

The fuss about the Keystone XL pipeline

Kevin Hengehold June 11, 2013 0

On Sunday approximately fifty people were in attendance at the Valley Unitarian Universalist church in Chandler to educate themselves on the risks and rewards of the Keystone XL pipeline. Larky Hodges, a lifelong storyteller and

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Proof That SRP is Deliberately Choking Out Rooftop Solar

Proof That SRP is Deliberately Choking Out Rooftop Solar

Will Greene June 11, 2013 1

By Will Greene Blog for Arizona | www.blogforarizona.com This is frankly a shocking email that was forwarded to me from an anonymous source. What you are looking at is correspondence to a solar installation company

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Utility Attack on Corp Comm Candidate Unfounded

Utility Attack on Corp Comm Candidate Unfounded

Will Greene June 9, 2013 0

By Will Greene Blog for Arizona | www.blogforarizona.com The debate swirling around Navajo Generating Station in Page, AZ has followed a predictable script. The 40-year-old power plant represents the West’s largest single source of greenhouse

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AZ Democratic Delegation Stands United Against Tar Sands Pipeline

AZ Democratic Delegation Stands United Against Tar Sands Pipeline

Will Greene June 2, 2013 0

By Will Greene Blog for Arizona | www.blogforarizona.com As President Obama faces perhaps the most momentous climate decision of his presidency to date – whether to approve or deny the Keystone XL pipeline – the

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NET METERING CONFERENCE DRAWS FAMILIAR BATTLE LINES

NET METERING CONFERENCE DRAWS FAMILIAR BATTLE LINES

Kevin Hengehold May 30, 2013 1

By Kevin Hengehold Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Remember the one where trenchant industry reps trot out familiar talking points all day to rapt audience attention? Yea, me neither. But that was the scene on

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CORPORATION COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE SMART METERS, HEALTH, GRAVITY

CORPORATION COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE SMART METERS, HEALTH, GRAVITY

Kevin Hengehold May 27, 2013 3

By Kevin Hengehold Arizona Community Press | www.azcommunitypress.org Recently, the Arizona Corporation Commission has announced that it has opened a docket to investigate the possibility of health impacts of smart meters (Docket No. E-00000C-11-0328). I

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Public Hearing to be Set on Net Metering – Arizona’s Rooftop Solar Industry Hangs in the Balance

Public Hearing to be Set on Net Metering – Arizona’s Rooftop Solar Industry Hangs in the Balance

Will Greene May 15, 2013 0

By Will Greene Blog for Arizona | www.blogforarizona.com Much of what happens at the Arizona Corporation Commission occurs behind closed doors and that is why transparency won a rare victory on Friday when Commissioner Susan

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