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Arizona utility files 2017 Integrated Resource Plan

In a press statement, TEP said its 2017 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) includes the company’s current resource portfolio and strategies to help the utility...

Arizona utility to meet demand with new solar facility

NTUA is an electricity, water, natural gas, wastewater and photovoltaic services provider distributing energy to some 41,259 electric, 7,929 natural gas and 205 photovoltaic...

Arizona utility enhances grid management with geospacial tech

In a combined statement, the Arizona based power company said it has managed to enhance its grid management to near real time by installing...

APS completes investigation following 2019 battery storage fire disaster

Utility Arizona Public Service (APS) has completed a far-ranging investigation into what has been considered as one of the most significant battery storage fires in US history which injured four firemen in Surprise, Arizona on the night of Friday, 17 April 2019.

Arizona utility partners under storage rewards initiative

Arizona Public Service has selected Sunverge to implement its new residential energy storage programme. The utility is adopting the firm's intelligent energy storage system and...

Smart device flexibility aggregation tariff under development in Arizona

The Arizona Corporation Commission and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory are to develop a proposal for an aggregation tariff for grid connected smart devices.

Net metering – Arizona introduces grid charge for new customers

With the increasing focus on grid costs for net metering customers, and who pays, the Arizona Corporation Commission has become the first commission to...

Corporation Commission approves net metering rules

[img:mayes_0.jpg|Kris Mayes,
Commissioner,
Arizona Corporation
Commission
]Phoenix, AZ, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- April 1, 2008 – The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) has approved a set of rules that allow energy consumers to be compensated for generating their own energy through renewable resources. The net metering rules, which would be required of all Arizona electric utility companies, will provide consumers with a key tool to help offset the costs of installing and generating renewable energy in their home or business, primarily through the use of solar technology.

Arizona Public Service commits to 100% clean power by 2050

Arizona Public Service has announced its goal to deliver 100% clean, carbon-free electricity to its customers by 2050.

Arizona utility secures regulatory approval to increase energy tariffs

According to a press statement, the state’s energy regulator has allowed APS to increase monthly energy tariffs for residential consumers by 4.5% or $6....

Arizona utility employs battery storage to offset infrastructure investment

The utility will install two 4MWh Advancion batteries, provided by AES Energy Storage. The project is aimed at offsetting investment into traditional transmission and...

Arizona to receive its largest battery storage solution yet

The Arizona Public Service (APS) and photovoltaic manufacturer First Solar are bringing a first-of-its-kind 50MW solar-fueled battery to the desert to provide clean power to...

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