Gov. Katie Hobbs is demanding utilities tell her how they're prepared for record heat even though she has no legal authority to do so.
The Arizona Corporation Commission voted to allow an expansion of Salt River Project’s Coolidge Generating Station to move forward over a year after it first rejected the project.
President Joe Biden and Congress passed a package of almost $370 billion in tax breaks and other incentives to accelerate the deployment of clean energy sources across the U.S. economy. The newly approved tax breaks will simply accelerate a shift in the energy sector that market forces had already started, but state regulators are determining whether they will actually result in lower residential[...]
The last commission meeting was a troubling example of failed leadership. Márquez Peterson now has a choice. She can double down on her mistake at the expense of Arizona’s future, or she show real leadership by putting the original Rules up for reconsideration in the next few weeks—and take the do over.
Clean energy advocates in Arizona watched four years of work essentially go down the drain as the Arizona Corporation Commission killed its own standards the body had initially approved several months earlier.
Commissioner Márquez Peterson’s energy-smart leadership has the Arizona Corporation Commission going in the right direction, making sure that Arizonans realize the full benefits of current energy market trends. Beyond being good for our wallets, it represents the most prudent, market-oriented, and conservative path forward for Arizona.
The Arizona Corporation Commission took an important first step to creating a permanent rule change on utility companies shut-off policies that stemmed from the death of a 72-year-old woman in 2018.
The Arizona Corporation Commission may be the next branch of government that legislators can force the Attorney General to investigate.
After the final update from Maricopa County on Election Night, one Democrat and two Republicans are in position to win seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission.
The Arizona Corporation Commission moved Thursday to set a new target for clean emissions that would require electric utilities to use 100% carbon-free power by 2050.
Arizona utility regulators did a big thing recently, though it largely went unnoticed. They should be commended for coming together in bipartisan fashion to support a plan that has the potential to help facilitate Arizona’s energy demands while creating local jobs and saving consumers hundreds of millions of dollars. Arizona Corporation Commissioners Bob Burns, Boyd […]
The three Republicans running to become state utility regulators warn that putting Democrats in charge of the regulatory panel would turn Arizona into California. And they don’t mean that in a good way. In a debate at KAET-TV on September 30, all three Republicans – Jim O’Connor, Eric Sloan and Lea Marquez Peterson – criticized […]