An ASU researcher concludes that to maximize the benefits of solar power, Arizona should export its energy.
Recent changes in APS have caused incentive rebates to drop to $1.75 per watt! That’s a 50% drop from last year’s rebate of $3.00 per watt. The reason for the huge decrease in rebates comes from the high demand of Phoenix solar installations. Solar installations are now taking almost a year to complete due to Read More
Goldwater Institute’s dogged challenge of renewable-energy regulations reaches the Arizona Court of Appeals
Solar panel makers from Arizona to Shanghai face a price crunch in 2011 because they’re adding manufacturing capacity just as global demand is poised to fall, Axiom Capital Management Inc. said.
Solar energy speculators want to build a solar tower facility in Arizona that would be more than thr
EnviroMission (ASX: EVM) (OTCQX: EVOMY) has filed a notice of intent with the Arizona Power Plant and Transmission Line Siting Committee for an application for a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility (“CEC”)
Cowley Companies, a Phoenix real-estate investment firm, hired Empire Power Systems to build the $11.5 million system atop its 850,000-square-foot warehouse near 25th Avenue and Buckeye Road.
Hefty tax credits and utility rebates have helped fuel asun-powered boom that has solar arrays sprouting up on rooftops andcarports in Tucson and across Arizona.