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News Highlights

November 30: The chairman of the Arizona Republican Party has asked Corporation Commissioner Susan Bitter Smith... https://t.co/UQLq79LoMd
November 30: Susan Bitter-Smith, a member of the Arizona Corporation Commission should be removed from office... https://t.co/kTYlqkecHi
November 28: In the Spring of 1987, Ray Harm sat on the veranda of his solar-powered ranch house on the edge of... https://t.co/NFaltdI1lz
November 25: When you have been involved in this industry for five decades, it’s hard to look at where solar... https://t.co/JnOjUlhCvO
November 24: The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced that it is to award $125 million in funding for 41... https://t.co/TZNoI1BW7V
November 24: Researchers at the Tucson-based Sonoran Institute and Arizona State University say the state could... https://t.co/8z5pZPma1G
November 22: Not enough rain and snow. Dwindling reservoirs. Record heat. Our future water supply is in... https://t.co/324Wo9AbwI
November 11: Utility death spiral author, Peter Kind, has a new warning out: He proposes a profound shift in how... https://t.co/5qhVCjWoVB
Nov. 9: Tucson Electric Power Co. is asking state regulators for a 7 percent increase in revenues in a rate case... https://t.co/hkDOdwzbdv
Nov. 9: State utility regulators are defending their decision to let a utility generate electricity from burning... https://t.co/A1jtNTQ6rH
Nov. 9: Arizona regulators announced last month a proceeding to address how best to reimburse rooftop solar... https://t.co/KLLGX4SVMJ
Nov. 9: Gov. Doug Ducey and his administration have been deconstructing the state's energy savings and efficiency... https://t.co/0PzsBK1JiF
Nov. 8: Homeowners across the Valley are saving big bucks on their electric bills thanks to unique green featurres. https://t.co/tIDcKzdLq0
Nov. 7: On October 27, a federal court judge in Arizona ruled that SolarCity's legal challenge to SRP's new rate... https://t.co/JPf4JVYCgs
Nov. 4: Arizona's top utility regulator, officials from Arizona Public Service Co. and other solar-power experts... https://t.co/h69SWN8KGd
Upcoming event in Scottsdale for the Green Building Community. Click below to read more . . . https://t.co/O63i28wCwN
Oct 31: All branches of the government have been promoting using less fossil fuel. The president says that the... https://t.co/2g1m0pDckO
October 26: A Casa Grande dairy farm was one of the businesses that Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced... https://t.co/INytLRW62e
October 26: Mayor Mark Mitchell and the Tempe City Council motioned to approve a 20-year agreement with SolarCity... https://t.co/J6SjOhpLDl
October 23: Arizona joined 23 other states Friday in suing to block new rules they claim exceed the U.S.... https://t.co/n8bSbByED7
October 20: The 2015 Green Power Leadership Awards were presented today at the annual Renewable Energy Markets... https://t.co/viJBPP35G0
Oct. 16: Arizona dropped from first in the country to eighth in solar capacity additions, according to... https://t.co/sCT7CsiFWc
October 14 -- solar -- The rooftop solar industry is forging ahead in Arizona. That was the dominant message from... https://t.co/kEce2zsUe9
October 14: The rooftop solar industry is forging ahead in Arizona. That was the dominant message from industry... https://t.co/fMKBgG0XjB
October 13 -- solar -- The Arizona Corporation Commission is being consumed by the feud between Arizona Public... https://t.co/UkSzzm4Hf5

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