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Arizona Corporation Commission

Here is What it Will Cost You to Achieve 100% Clean Energy

From the Office of Chairwoman Lea Márquez Peterson Several clean energy proposals are currently pending before the Arizona Corporation Commission. After several months, the Commission has received an independent analysis of at least two of these proposals: 100 percent zero-emission energy by 2050 and 80 percent clean energy by 2050. According to an independent analysis

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Chairwoman Lea Márquez Peterson Calls for a Hearing on an APS Power Contract

Chairwoman Lea Márquez Peterson Calls for a Hearing on an APS Power Contract that Costs Ratepayers Four Times More than Others; Demands the Arizona Corporation Commission Hold Utilities Accountable or Else Grant of Waiver of Past Commission Mandates Chairwoman of the Arizona Corporation Commission, Lea Márquez Peterson on August 3rd, 2021, filed a letter calling

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Arizona Corporation Commission Approves APS Energy Efficiency Plan

Plan Expands COVID-19 Recovery Programs and School Offerings The Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) and Arizona PIRG Education Fund praised Chairwoman Lea Marquez Peterson, Commissioner Sandra Kennedy, Commissioner Anna Tovar, and Commissioner Jim O’Connor – utility regulators at the Arizona Corporation Commission – for voting yesterday to expand programs and services to help Arizonans save

Energy

Arizona utility regulators reject 100% clean energy rules

Arizona’s utility regulators have rejected new rules that would have required most of the state’s electricity providers to get 100% of their power from clean energy sources by 2050 to limit carbon emissions and address climate change. The 3-2 vote by the Arizona Corporation Commission was a surprise because the plan was backed by the

Energy

Corporation Commission votes to strengthen policies on power disconnection

With summerlike heat already here and triple-digit temperatures around the corner, Arizonans are cranking up the air-conditioning in April. As electricity use increases, some Arizona residents who struggle to pay their power bill risk being disconnected. Last week, the Arizona Corporation Commission took further steps to avoid a tragedy like the one that befell 72-year-old Stephanie

Water

Officials grill water utility over response to earlier Luke AFB spill

The Arizona Corporation Commission grilled a West Valley water company Wednesday, asking why it did not respond more aggressively after chemical agents were discovered in water from its wells five years ago. Commissioner Anna Tovar at one point during the hearing asked an official of Valley Utilities Water Co., “Do you care for your customers?”

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