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Sometimes Energy Subsidies Represent Sound Economics *Gasp*

Sometimes Energy Subsidies Represent Sound Economics *Gasp*

Kevin Hengehold March 3, 2014 0

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 decades of empirical evidence, exhaustive research, and

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Report Cards Are In – Corp Comm Deserves Poor Marks for 2013

Report Cards Are In – Corp Comm Deserves Poor Marks for 2013

Kevin Hengehold February 23, 2014 0

Almost exactly one year ago Bob Stump was giving his first speech as Arizona Corporation Commission chair stating that “the days of cheerleading for one energy source over another are over”, new Commissioners Susan

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Takeaways from Last Week’s Rooftop Solar Squabble

Takeaways from Last Week’s Rooftop Solar Squabble

Kevin Hengehold November 23, 2013 1

“The eyes of the country and the energy world at least are on Arizona to see what we can come up with.” Bob Stump, chairman Arizona Corporation Commission in the USA Today on the

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Energy Fuels Resources Inc. Forced to Close Uranium Mines Near Grand Canyon

Energy Fuels Resources Inc. Forced to Close Uranium Mines Near Grand Canyon

Editor November 23, 2013 0

By Klee Benally | www.indigenousaction.org Grand Canyon, AZ — Energy Fuels Resources Inc. has been forced to halt two controversial uranium mines near the Grand Canyon. Citing falling uranium prices, Energy Fuels will also be

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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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Commissioner’s Investigation of APS Anti-Solar Spending a Display of Leadership

Commissioner’s Investigation of APS Anti-Solar Spending a Display of Leadership

Kevin Hengehold November 2, 2013 0

These moments are sadly a rarity – when partisan differences are put aside and Arizonans of every political strip can applaud an elected official boldly representing the interests of constituents. Arizona had one of

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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 Veterans & Military Leaders Push for Increased Investment in Clean, Local Power

Arizona Veterans & Military Leaders Push for Increased Investment in Clean, Local Power

Editor October 11, 2013 0

By Victoria Glynn Originally posted via Operation Free at Truman National Security Project  Today at the State Capitol in Phoenix, Arizona military veterans, elected officials, and community leaders called for increased investment in clean, local,

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Subsidy or Investment: Arizona’s Energy Future

Subsidy or Investment: Arizona’s Energy Future

Kevin Hengehold October 2, 2013 0

The debate around energy subsidies rages on in Arizona, where our net metering policy is under attack.  For the uninitiated, net metering determines how rooftop solar customers are compensated for the power they provide to

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Two Clean Energy Advocates Jump Into 2014 Race

Two Clean Energy Advocates Jump Into 2014 Race

Kevin Hengehold September 28, 2013 0

Supporters of clean energy in Arizona have reason to celebrate this week as Phoenix real estate agent and energy expert Ken Clark, and Afghanistan veteran Aaron Marquez made public their intentions to run for

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