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Arizona regulators axe grid access charge

The decade-old charge is a thing of the past after regulators agreed that solar customers pay their fair share of grid costs.


Arizona battery energy storage system enters service near Phoenix

The 25 MW battery system consists of a series of Tesla Megapacks connected to Salt River Project’s energy grid.

Arizona approves energy storage incentives for Tucson Electric customers

Regulators also approved expanding the utility’s community solar program and make 10 MW of solar capacity available for subscription.

Green Mountain Energy looks to give Arizonans the option to purchase 100% renewable energy

The company is among the first to apply to enter the Arizona electric supply market under the recently-upheld Energy Competition Act.


Arizona chosen as site for 12 GWh lithium-ion battery facility

Kore Power plans to bring its KOREPlex manufacturing facility to Maricopa County, Arizona, marking one of the first lithium-ion battery manufacturing facilities wholly owned by a U.S. company.


Save the date? Arizona regulators agree to delay the state’s clean energy goal to 2070

Horse trading was needed to reverse an earlier vote that rejected a package of clean energy goals. The new goal goes back into the rulemaking process and a final vote.


In a surprise vote, Arizona utility regulators reject a clean energy plan

The plan took three years to put together and won initial approval by regulators last November. Rejection means that renewable energy standards adopted 15 years ago remain in effect.


Arizona utility doubles its 2025 solar commitment

Salt River Project currently has 648 MW of utility-scale solar plants online or contracted and under development across Arizona.


RFP alert: Arizona Public Service expands its search for solar energy resources

The utility is expanding an earlier RFP and wants to procure up to 150 MW of solar PV capacity by early 2023.

Longroad buys Arizona solar capacity from First Solar

The projects include 200 MW slated to enter service in June and 700 MW in early-stage development.

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