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News Release | Environment Arizona Research and Policy Center

Ten Years of Progress Positions Arizona to Take Renewable Energy to the Next Level

Since 2007, Arizona has seen a 318-fold increase in the amount of electricity it gets from the sun and increased wind power production from zero to 543 GWh, according to a new report released today by Environment Arizona Research & Policy Center. The report also highlights advances in the use of energy storage and electric vehicles that will help catalyze a major shift to clean energy in Arizona and in states around the country. At the same time, Arizona ranked seventh among all states for improvements in electricity energy efficiency programs.  

News Release | Environment America

Clean water wins as Congress rejects budget rider

Due to overwhelming public support, the Clean Water Rule has now withstood every attack that polluters could muster in Congress - the Barrasso bill, the CRA measure, and now an attempted budget rider.  Polluters and their allies have played all their dirty water cards in Congress and lost.   

News Release | Environment Arizona

APS, SRP profiled among 12 special interests waging anti-solar efforts

The Koch brothers, Duke Energy, and Arizona Public Service are among 12 special interest groups waging aggressive anti-solar campaigns across the country, often coordinated and behind the scenes, a new Environment America Research & Policy Center report said today.

News Release | Environment Arizona Research & Policy Center

Report: Utilities like Arizona Public Service vastly undervalue solar energy

PHOENIX – Households and businesses with solar panels deliver greater benefits than they receive through programs like net metering, a report said today, countering increasing complaints from utilities that solar homeowners don’t pay their fair share.

News Release | Environment Arizona Research & Policy Center

Phoenix earns berth in "solar sweet sixteen"

With more solar panels than most major American cities, Phoenix ranks 3rd among dozens of metropolitan areas analyzed in a new report. 

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