Mohave Electric Cooperative of Arizona will continue its PV rebate program for residential and small commercial members as well as an exported PV tariff, adding to their portfolio of utility scale plus public and nonprofit sector installations.
During the first nine months of 2017, Hawaii and Nevada joined California among the club of states that get more than 10% of their power from solar.
The utility plans to outfit 75 homes with rooftop PV systems and energy management tools – including batteries on 10 homes – as a means to look at how behind-the-meter resources interact with each other.
The 20 MW-AC project is providing electricity to Arizona G&T Cooperatives in some of the state’s most isolated communities.
In a landmark deal earlier this year, Arizona Public Service agreed to grandfather solar customers for 20 years. But a recent glitch in the billing system could leave solar customers flummoxed about what their bills will look like next year.
The investment group will use the bonds to refinance the land leases it holds under 57 solar projects totaling 1.2 GW in capacity.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey’s appointment of Justin Olson, a former member of the Arizona House of Representatives, is being hailed as a good choice to join the Arizona Corporation Commission when it convenes its next open meeting.
Amid a FBI investigation into potential election irregularities surrounding his campaign and an ongoing lawsuit from a fellow commissioner, the Arizona regulator ascends to a position in Secretary Rick Perry’s Department of Energy.
In a move that could be labeled closing the barn door after the horses have left, the Arizona Corporation Commission convened an ethics workshop on Aug. 31, two months AFTER the FBI started its own investigation surrounding ACC elections.
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