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State

Attorney General Brnovich Secures Nearly $25 Million in Consent Agreement with APS

Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced that his office secured an agreement with Arizona Public Service Company (APS), providing $24 million for approximately 225,000 APS consumers who were not on their most economical rate plan for electric utility service. “Throughout my time as Attorney General, I have consistently said businesses large and small need to make

State

Arizona’s renewable energy future at play in Corporation Commission races

Two Republicans and a Democrat were leading in the race to secure three of the five seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission, which regulates publicly owned utilities in a state that faces growing challenges from the effects of climate change. Unofficial results from the Secretary of State’s Office on Friday morning showed Republican Lea Márquez

State

APS wants to raise rates, but during pandemic, many Arizonans aren’t on board

Arizona Public Service, the state’s largest utility provider, is proposing a rate increase starting next year, a move opposed by many customers reeling from the financial fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic. The rate hike, which would raise rates 3% to 6% for the majority of its 2.7 million customers statewide, would raise an estimated $184

Opinion

Opinion: APS Customers – Weigh in on APS’ Request to Raise Rates (Again)

Three years have passed since the Arizona Corporation Commission had the chance to be superheroes for APS ratepayers but instead voted to approve an unjustified and unreasonable rate hike. Now APS is asking for yet another rate increase. Time to say enough is enough. APS ratepayers, this is your time to weigh in. On Friday,

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