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Navajo Nation solicits additional solar development

Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA) is asking for utility-scale solar developers to submit bids by February 28 to add more solar to its solar farm, though details of the scale of the work wasn’t released.

Arizona debates breathtaking clean energy plan at open meeting

While most of the comments supported Commissioner Andy Tobin’s visionary plan, one commissioner called him out for what he perceives as Tobin’s generally pro-utility positions.

80% clean energy by 2030, 3 GW of energy storage proposed in Arizona

Commissioner Tobin of the ACC has proposed the most radical vision yet for clean energy in Arizona. But what does “clean” mean?

Arizona rural electric coop continues its PV incentive programs

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.

Solar is meeting more than 10% of electric demand in three states

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.

APS to study smart home features including solar and batteries

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.

Apache Solar Project fuels Arizona’s rural electrical co-ops

The 20 MW-AC project is providing electricity to Arizona G&T Cooperatives in some of the state’s most isolated communities.

Unintentional snafu could confuse Arizona solar customers

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.


Hannon Armstrong bets on solar, issues $164 million in green bonds

The investment group will use the bonds to refinance the land leases it holds under 57 solar projects totaling 1.2 GW in capacity.

New Arizona commissioner called “transparent” by ACC critics

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.

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