Lawmakers behind legislation to help Arizona Public Service have now filed a complaint against the renewable energy ballot campaign
Two state legislators that have sponsored and introduced bills to help Arizona’s largest utility, Arizona Public Service, recently filed a complaint against the committee working to increase the state’s renewable energy standard – Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona. Republicans...
AZ legislator who slammed renewable energy initiative collects income from multiple organizations tied to APS
AZ state senator Robert Meza says he based his opposition on a study paid for by APS.
AZ regulators reject APS plans for gas investment, as APS tries to avoid potential renewable energy obligations
APS is the top campaign donor to the legislator behind a maneuver that would protect it and other utilities from an RPS increase measure on the ballot this November
Expect APS to come out swinging against a new renewable energy ballot initiative.
Arizona Corporation Commissioner Andy Tobin asked monopoly utility APS why it plans to invest in so much natural gas, and so little solar energy and energy storage, over the next 15 years.
On July 28, Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) filed a proposal to state regulators seeking approval to install 20 megawatts (MW) of distributed solar generation on approximately 3,000 homes. APS filed the proposal in order to meet the 2015 renewable...
The Campaign Against Net Metering: ALEC and Utility Interests’ Next Attack on Clean Energy Surfaces in Arizona
APS appears to be leading the first assault of a national campaign by the utility industry trade association, Edison Electric Institute (EEI), and fossil fuel interests like APS, to weaken net metering policies.