Solar company SolarCity filed an antitrust lawsuit against Salt River Project in Arizona federal court Monday, saying the utility’s solar demand charge was “unacceptable and unlawful.”Read More »
A solar demand charge from SRP and a Senate bill aimed at adding requirements to solar leases both moved forward on Thursday. Solar advocates say it was a bad day for the sun in Arizona.Read More »
Perhaps the most damning accusation against former Arizona Corporation Commissioner Gary Pierce comes up in the fifth point in a bulleted list on the fourth page of a whistleblower’s letter.Read More »
Salt River Project’s board of directors approved a rate hike Thursday that would add a solar demand charge of about $50 on average and a 3.9 percent increase for all SRP users, ending a three-month process of public meetings and solar industry outcry.Read More »
Salt River Project’s board of directors will decide on a proposal today that would add a solar demand charge of about $50 on average and a 3.9 percent rate hike for all SRP users.Read More »
There are some horror stories out there: Small water companies with crumbling pipes, duct-taped together. People with water coming out of the faucet, brown and clearly undrinkable. Or people who only get water intermittently.Read More »
Since 2009, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office has received more than 500 complaints about rooftop solar, ranging from “Do Not Call” list violations to a failure to disclose the total cost to a buyer.Read More »
Water experts expect Colorado River shortages to kick in within the next two years, which could lead to price increases for customers and big impacts on agriculture.Read More »
A Senate panel unanimously approved a strike-everything amendment that would provide legislative oversight while allowing a state agency to submit a clean power plan to the Environmental Protection Agency.Read More »
Ernest McFarland is finally getting the memorial he deserves, and his grandson couldn’t be happier.
The new “Ernest W. McFarland and the American Dream” Memorial, replacing a previous one that had fallen into disrepair, will be unveiled on Feb. 14 – Arizona Statehood Day – at Wesley Bolin Plaza.