Saturday, July 4th, 2015 - 5:00 pm 
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News Highlights

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
Staff members at the ACC are recommending Tucson Electric Power’s request to change the rate it pays rooftop... http://t.co/FGKiUA46YD
June 9: Hawaii strengthens its commitment to renewable by directing its utilities to generate 100% of their... http://t.co/dSia1oignw
June 7: Despite recent attempts in many state legislatures to repeal or weaken renewable-energy requirements, a... http://t.co/oHovmXKHwi
May 28: Efficiencies in installation and equipment have helped solar prices drop by more than half in the past 10... http://t.co/rTo63yjWfx
May 27: Pebble Creek is in most ways a quintessential Arizona retirement community. Located a few miles off... http://t.co/UD9WODE1aF
May 26: Those of us involved in the solar energy field over the last few decades have been part of an... http://t.co/Kgt6QXIXyh
May 21 -- How the private sector can easily and cheaply be harnessed to work for the public interest, all while... http://t.co/ldVQeeE8pX
May 21: Solar power is lighting up the world, and not just on rooftops. Forward-thinking minds are discovering... http://t.co/wMvGI3p7md
May 12: Tesla is reporting 38,000 reservations have been made for Tesla’s Powerwall, as well as ~2,500... http://t.co/9EZEJ7dWEw
May 11: Affordable, scalable, practical energy storage has long been considered the missing link needed to... http://t.co/BXnXwsmFFt
May 11: The Environmental Protection Agency announced last week that NAU is the largest consumer of renewable... http://t.co/RhklzaJbCk
May 8: For two years, Arizona Public Service wore the black hat in our state’s shoot-em-up at the solar corral.... http://t.co/UaNlxJoXtq
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May 8: Pima County supervisors approved a $22 million package of contracts Tuesday to buy solar power that is... http://t.co/bykny2KtWV
May 6: Tucson Electric Power (TEP) and sister company UniSource Energy Services (UES) have contributed $25,000 to... http://t.co/wmutjmR6O9

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