January 2016


News Release: Arizona Ranks First on List of Top 12 States for Solar Energy

APS maps out sixty years of commitment that helped to shape solar in Arizona

August 19, 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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Electricity Deregulation Doesn't Work in the Real World

Jay Heiler, head of the Arizona Power Consumers Coalition, penned an opinion piece in the Arizona Republic criticizing the Arizona Corporation Commission’s exploration of electricity deregulation, saying it will increase electric bills and jeopardize reliable energy delivery.

August 05, 2013
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Final Installment of Republic Series Looks at Solar's Future

The Arizona Republic concluded its week-long examination of solar power in Arizona with a look at the future of energy in the state.

August 05, 2013
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Solar Power: Part of Arizona's Energy Future Since 1955

Since 1955, when Phoenix hosted the first-ever world solar conference, APS has been involved in finding ways to harness the sun to help meet Arizona’s energy needs. And our commitment continues today.

August 02, 2013
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Republic Series Takes a Hard Look at Solar Lease Companies, Installers

The Arizona Republic published the fourth installment of its week-long, in-depth look at solar energy in our state today.

August 02, 2013
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APS on PBS: Today’s Solar Policies Are a "House of Cards"

APS General Manager for Energy Innovation Barbara Lockwood appeared on PBS Channel 8’s “Horizon” program last night to discuss the company’s solar net metering proposal, including the role of increasing up-front incentives for new residential rooftop solar customers.

August 01, 2013
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Republic Solar Series Continues with Look at Subsidies

The Arizona Republic continued its in-depth, week-long series covering the pros, cons and promise of solar energy in Arizona.  Today's articles focused on the proper role of subsidies in solar, a discussion central to the ongoing debate over net metering.

July 31, 2013
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Deregulation Cost Texans $11 Billion and Other Important Things to Know

APS is working to preserve the benefits of the current regulatory system and help Arizonans avoid the costly mistakes of other states that have deregulated.

July 30, 2013
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