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Utility partners with climate experts on new carbon emission goals

Tucson Electric Power has partnered with the University of Arizona to prepare its customers for future energy business models.

Alstom smart grid deal: Arizona utility buys stability software

In the US, Arizona utility Tucson Electric Power Company (TEP) has appointed French engineering giant Alstom to deliver technology to improve grid performance. As part...

APS customers to receive solar after sunset

Customers of Arizona Public Service will soon be powered with solar after sunset thanks to three major clean-energy initiatives.

$6 million boost for US-Israel cybersecurity collaboration

With cyber attacks on the increase, Israel’s Ben-Gurion University and Arizona State University are leading a consortium to develop new solutions.

Thanks to sunflowers, solar panels could harvest 400% more energy

Researchers at the University of California Los Angeles and Arizona State University have developed SUNbots, an innovative new type of solar technology.

Arizona Public Service contracts with Elster for 800,000 smart meters

[img:mcleod_0.jpg|Tammy McLeod,
Vice President
& Chief Customer
Officer, Arizona
Public Service
]Phoenix, AZ, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- June 25, 2008 – Arizona Public Service (APS) has awarded a contract for the deployment of 800,000 smart meters for residential, commercial and industrial consumers to Elster, a provider of smart metering and smart grid system solutions.

Arizona housing initiative pilots ElectriQ storage and management system

An energy storage pilot has been launched in the US state of Arizona by storage solutions provider ElectriQ Power and homebuilder Mattany Homes. Mattany Homes...

Arizona Public Service to study impact of high solar energy penetration on the grid

[img:APS.thumbnail.jpg| ]Phoenix, AZ, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- April 26, 2009 - A project from Arizona Public Service (APS) project to understand how large amounts of solar can best be integrated into the grid was approved earlier this month by the state regulatory body the Arizona Corporation Commission.

APS, along with four partners, recently was awarded a $3.3 million High Penetration Solar Deployment grant from the U.S. Department of Energy. The comprehensive first-of-its-kind study will take place in Flagstaff, Arizona. The team will help identify methods and technologies to optimize grid reliability and efficiency with the high concentration of distributed solar generation.

FERC accepts massive $3.6 billion energy storage project

The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has provided Daybreak Power with an approval to develop a 2,200MW Navajo energy storage project in Arizona.

Arizona Public Service, Iberdrola, and North Delhi Power win Edison Awards

[img:Kuhn.jpg|Thomas R. Kuhn,
]Washington, DC, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- June 19, 2008 – In recognition of innovative leadership and operational excellence in the electric industry, the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) has named Arizona Public Service, Iberdrola, S.A., and North Delhi Power Limited as winners of the Edison Award, the industry’s highest honor. Arizona Public Service (APS) is this year’s domestic winner, while Iberdrola and North Delhi Power both received the international award.

Solar, wind and lead battery storage balancing project launched in US

A research project designed to balance electrical current across banks of advanced lead batteries supporting wind and solar systems has been launched in Arizona, US.

Data collection from water meters to be automated


Chandler, AZ, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- October 1, 2006 – The City of Chandler in Arizona has signed a contract with Neptune Technology Group Inc. to automate data collection from 72,000 water meters in Chandler’s service area with Neptune ARB® Utility Management Systems™.