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Brenda Burns Declines ACC Reelection Bid

Brenda Burns Declines ACC Reelection Bid

Kevin Hengehold April 21, 2013 0

Ryan Randazzo of the Arizona Republic is reporting that Arizona Corporation Commissioner Brenda Burns will not seek a second term at the ACC, Arizona’s utility-regulatory body. Burns was elected in 2010 along with Commissioner

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Jim Holway Eying a Run for Arizona Corporation Commission

Jim Holway Eying a Run for Arizona Corporation Commission

Kevin Hengehold March 26, 2013 0

Jim Holway, a prominent advocate for water sustainability has indicated interest in a run for the Arizona Corporation Commission in 2014 according to jimholway.com. This would make him the first non-incumbent 2014 ACC candidate

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Renewable Energy Standard Successfully Defended

Renewable Energy Standard Successfully Defended

Kevin Hengehold March 14, 2013 0

Despite repeated assurances during the 2012 political campaign that Republicans at the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) would not roll back Arizona’s Renewable Energy Standard (REST), it appeared likely they would do just that only

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Rep. Barber Comes Out Swinging for Solar (Update: Barber Recommits to Coal at Apache Generating Station)

Rep. Barber Comes Out Swinging for Solar (Update: Barber Recommits to Coal at Apache Generating Station)

Kevin Hengehold March 6, 2013 0

Finally, a high profile political figure is paying attention to Arizona Corporation Commissioner Gary Pierce’s impending dagger-in-the-back plan to cripple our state’s burgeoning solar industry. US Rep. Ron Barber has penned an excellent op-ed

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5,000 Arizonans Condemn Corp Comm Attack on Clean Energy

5,000 Arizonans Condemn Corp Comm Attack on Clean Energy

Kevin Hengehold February 7, 2013 0

The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) is receiving an uncommon level of attention following the introduction of a plan by Commissioner Gary Pierce to decrease Arizona’s Renewable Energy Standard (REST), as well as the recent

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