AZ Energy Future Blog


APS Statement on Today’s ACC Decision

We agree with the Arizona Corporation Commission’s decision today to close its docket concerning deregulation of the retail electric market in Arizona. The Commission also voted to consider in the future innovative ratemaking structures that would address evolving customer needs. We look forward to working with ...

September 11, 2013
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A bum steer: deregulation in Texas

Everything’s bigger in Texas – except energy capacity.  Deregulation in Texas has sometimes been touted as a success. But has it really been?

August 28, 2013
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Deregulation Uncertainty Forces Delay of Four Corners Transaction

Because of the uncertainty caused by the Arizona Corporation Commission’s exploration of electricity deregulation in Arizona, APS has delayed its plan to finalize a planned transaction related to the Four Corners Power Plant.

August 23, 2013
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Deregulation Déjà Vu

If the talk about electricity deregulation sounds familiar, it’s because we’ve been down this road before. Then we stopped, made a U-turn and headed back.  Now that the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) is once again exploring the issue, let’s take a look back at last time.

August 08, 2013
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Opposition to Arizona Electricity Deregulation Growing

According to a news release issued yesterday by the Arizona Power Consumers Coalition, opponents continue to line up against proposed electricity deregulation in Arizona.

August 07, 2013
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