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Interference by government and utilities costs Arizona thousands of solar jobs (access required)

The Arizona Solar Energy Industries Association board of directors has mixed feelings regarding the voluntary ending of the “Yes on AZ Solar” initiative and the withdrawal of the two APS backed and anti-solar legislative referrals in the Arizona Senate.

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The Arizona Solar Energy Industries Association board of directors has mixed feelings regarding the voluntary ending of the “Yes on AZ Solar” initiative and the ...

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