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July 20: President Barack Obama isn't on the Arizona primary election ballot, but judging from the campaigns,... http://t.co/QE21qnsCx2
July 19: Give or take a few hazy mornings or dust storm-influenced afternoons, the sun shines in Phoenix more... http://t.co/ToUDdrLxMx
July 13: It has been a year since APS asked the Corporation Commission to approve a monthly surcharge of $50 to... http://t.co/O8E3nhrDUv
July 10: Nevada utility NV Energy’s net metering program does not significantly impact homeowners without rooftop... http://t.co/RvdvvE6ZQR
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July 6: Two solar panel installers filed a lawsuit against the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) last week... http://t.co/DsATGxqaJf
July 6: America’s quest to become a clean energy nation is like the proverbial three-legged stool. Each leg of... http://t.co/S6Ww7PXq89
June 28: The city of Tempe has set a new goal for itself when it comes to renewable energy. The city council... http://t.co/aPRjo8Y1cU
June 28: ACC candidates stake out positions on solar tax issue. http://t.co/ic8KGAN9Uj
June 27: Sun Devils . . . Arizona State University has more photovoltaic panels (78,000) than students (76,000)... http://t.co/LcwijV2NRb
June 24: The amount of utility-scale solar installed in the US in the first five months of this year is up to... http://t.co/ewUamkGhU7
June 23: Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson says that Climate Change is the challenge of our time and... http://t.co/DhoC8TWIxp
June 23: A study out today in the journal Nature Climate Change (re)examines concentrated solar power and its... http://t.co/Pj2wfubtBx
June 21; Community solar garden business model is spreading across the country allowing customers to buy into a... http://t.co/X7CDkQa54B
June 21: New Mexico news . . . Southern Power and Turner Renewable Energy have kicked off commercial operations... http://t.co/P5Djmp7LVR
June 19: At the end of Nevada’s annual arts festival in 2007, a small group of volunteers donated a solar power... http://t.co/A8LaS8XCZm
June 19: APS to lease 100 acres from Luke Air Force Base for a new 10 MW solar power plant that is scheduled to... http://t.co/nQxvJV08Q5
An Energy Law Journal article by ASU Professor Elizabeth Graffy and Steve Kihm of the Energy Center of Wisconsin,... http://t.co/rWLgnVzBcC
June 13: Two Corporation Candidates say solar tax is counter to state law. http://t.co/kl2cXMCsu7
June 11: Utah's proposed solar fee sparks outrage. http://t.co/tKRoj9FqAY
Last week the EPA announced a new rule to reduce carbon pollution by 30 percent by 2030. Read more . . . http://t.co/T9I8Z2Yjwu
The Sun Day Times . . . A Golden Opportunity for the clean energy sector. http://t.co/KdXD6hWald
Last week the EPA announced a new rule to reduce carbon pollution by 30 percent by 2030. Proponents say the rule... http://t.co/quySgD1iQb
June 6: Governor will do nothing about solar tax, spokesman says. http://t.co/Bq2RF6pvcY
2014: The year of Concentrating Solar Power. http://t.co/5SEGaLUDuE

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