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We need energy reliability and affordability, not power outages

Americans have been hoping for economic recovery and a return to normalcy. Instead, they’re  experiencing ongoing pandemic concerns and the ravages of wildfires and hurricanes. And adding to their woes, they’re now increasingly worried that the electricity grid on which they depend could fail when they need it most.  

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Future hinges on new energy infrastructure

The U.S. energy market is changing more rapidly and dramatically than anyone would have predicted. A steep decline in the price of solar-generated electricity, combined with the rising cost of coal and gas-fired electricity, has turned energy economics on its head. This is particularly true here in the Southwest. 

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Seniors need relief from extreme heat

Extreme heat has made summer a particularly deadly time for vulnerable populations throughout Arizona. Last summer, over 500 people — many of them seniors — tragically perished following days of unrelenting temperatures soaring far past 100 degrees.

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