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August 16: Arizona utility regulators are set to make their first major decision involving rooftop solar and... http://t.co/wFKLO69pkh
August 11: A number of national policymakers, utilities, and industry groups have repeatedly claimed President... http://t.co/HImNaeBJhw
Aug 4: Arizona Public Service Co. may be looking at a double whammy this week. First, President Obama's Clean... http://t.co/Ji3PbGIVkk
Aug 1: Several Arizona utilities are poised to meet a goal of 6 percent of renewable energy use next year thanks... http://t.co/ORmdaVFZo0
July 21: More than 100 solar activists gathered in front of Tucson Electric Power's downtown headquarters Monday... http://t.co/2DLESQaaYY
July 14: Construction has begun on Salt Lake City-based sPower's new 45 Mw $80 million solar facility (Sandstone... http://t.co/PoTU4VPkOY
July 12 -- Prescott Daily Courier: During our big monsoon storm Monday, June 29, the electric went out. So I went... http://t.co/jX0HLQIPj3
July 12: Phoenix ranks third nationally among the top 40 most populated metropolitan areas in solar system permits... http://t.co/cqww7RYtEi
July 12: Later this summer, the Environmental Protection Agency will issue the Clean Power Plan, new clean air... http://t.co/YV1V09f6vP
July 11: Camping is getting a little greener in Arizona. Strategic Solar Energy recently broke ground at the... http://t.co/JbPmZ0FVK5
July 11: Tucson Electric Power has announced plans to expand its rooftop solar program and launch a new community... http://t.co/KnQYnlqhv4
July 11: Arizona Public Service Co. installed the first of 1,500 free residential solar projects Friday,... http://t.co/fg4qWlskPS
July 9: Willcox's Red Horse 2, which has been in the works since 2011, is set to 22 begin producing up to 71... http://t.co/VR1e9zcgry
July 9: Warren Buffett’s Nevada utility has lined up what may be the cheapest electricity in the U.S., and it’s... http://t.co/VjT5AWXh8r
July 6: Maine net metering alternative authored by former Az RUCO staffer, Lon Huber, and is a market-based... http://t.co/M8tIERHoOB
June 26: Throwing more fuel on the debate between rooftop solar owners and utilities, a new study finds the value... http://t.co/YDZHHXgHQC
June 24: A superior court judge has issued a ruling on a complicated case involving two Arizona solar companies... http://t.co/t6Qs9l2zWr
June 24: Salt River Project has asked a judge to dismiss a federal antitrust lawsuit filed against the utility... http://t.co/5hpUgWNXRZ
June 21: Giant Floating Solar Power Stations Are Japan's Newest Power Source. http://t.co/epQGWENuoI
June 21: Pope Francis' letter is addressed to every person living on this planet: "I would like to enter a... http://t.co/Iccm252u6J
June 19: Solar noon will strike at 12:29 p.m. Sunday, signaling the transition from spring to summer. More than... http://t.co/BjS1wYLbBd
June 19: Tucson Electric Power Friday dropped a request to let it pay customers less for their surplus... http://t.co/lJFXEciuYo
June 18: GTM Research recently released its U.S. Solar Market Insight report, and Arizona placed eighth in the... http://t.co/EYR3KLHwPo
June 16: Phoenix moved one step closer to its renewable energy goal with last week's dedication of the Desert... http://t.co/QEylwFEyUJ
June 10: The massive coal, natural gas and hydroelectric plants that power air conditioners and drive water pumps... http://t.co/cnhMhcXU5e

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Named after one of Scottsdale, Ariz.'s founding fathers, this new park is the result of more than 20 years of planning. The site, which includes a regional stormwater retention facility, is located on 34 acres of rugged desert terrain in an area where a large earthen dam and two significant retention basins had previously been constructed. As part of the project, the upper basin was enlarged to store an extra 50 acre ft of stormwater, dramatically influencing the park layout.

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