Arizona Bills Threaten ‘Showdown’ Over 100% Clean Energy Rules

Regulators were expected to move forward with a carbon-free requirement for investor-owned utilities. New legislation questions their authority to [...]

Arizona Regulators Pass Rule for 100% Clean Energy by 2050

The mandate for investor-owned utilities in the state is still subject to public comment and a final vote before [...]

A Rundown of Ballot Results With Clean Energy Implications

Nevadans again approved Question 6, a renewable portfolio standard, but Democrats didn’t succeed in flipping key state legislatures. In [...]

Arizona Outlines Possible Path to 100% Clean Power by 2050

A close regulatory vote set a target of 100 percent clean energy by 2050 and a distributed storage mandate [...]

Renewable Energy at Center of Race for Arizona Utility Board

The little-watched race for control of Arizona’s utility regulatory commission could have big implications for power rates and the [...]

Discriminatory Rooftop Solar Charges May Violate Antitrust Law

The U.S. Department of Justice has argued that in Arizona, a utility’s discriminatory charges for rooftop solar owners can [...]

States Clean Energy Policies Remain Strong Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

As consumers and businesses grapple with the impacts of COVID-19, which is already shifting daily load shapes and electricity demand, regulators across [...]

Arizona Commission Signals Support for 100% Clean Energy by 2050

Arizona could join 16 other states and territories that have targets of 100% clean or renewable electricity by 2050 [...]

Arizona Policy: Commission Extends PURPA Solar Contract Terms to 18 years

The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) voted to reject a request from the state’s investor-owned utilities to set two-year contract [...]

Strong Clean Energy Policy Helps States Move Forward With Distributed Energy Resources

Even in the most forward-thinking states, progress on folding DERs into the grid has been uneven at best. Distributed [...]