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TEP Transmission Line Project Will Improve Service Reliability
TEP Transmission Line Project Will Improve Service Reliability

TUCSON, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Tucson Electric Power (TEP) will begin work this month on construction of a new transmission line that will strengthen electrical system reliability by linking the DeMoss-Petrie (DMP) Substation, located near Interstate 10 and West Grant Road, to the Tucson Substation, located near West 5th Street and North 11th Avenue.

The new 138-kilovolt (kV) line will help to reduce the frequency and duration of electrical service outages, help meet future needs of customers and provide additional capacity for TEP substations on Tucson’s west side. Construction for the $4.5 million project is expected to be completed this summer.

The Arizona Corporation Commission approved the project in March 2011. As part of the application process, TEP conducted several natural, cultural and visual studies and mailed project newsletter updates to thousands of nearby property owners and residents. TEP sponsored open house meetings and worked extensively with neighbors, government representatives and members of other community groups to design the line’s route.

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Group: Cave Creek Councilman Trenk has Conflict Interest on Solar Rates
Group: Cave Creek Councilman Trenk Has Conflict of Interest on Solar Rates

By Philip Haldiman, The Republic | azcentral.com, Fri Feb 28, 2014 -- A conservative advocacy group has launched a campaign against a Cave Creek councilman, claiming he used his position to promote policies that directly benefited his employer.

The Arizona Free Enterprise Club has sent mailers to Cave Creek residents stating Vice Mayor Adam Trenk abused his power when he voted on a non-binding resolution last summer that said the town would not support proposed rate hikes for Arizona Public Service Co. solar users.

The mailer has also led some of his council colleagues to suspect it is connected to a possible recall election in town, which is targeting Trenk and five other councilmen.

Trenk is a lawyer with the Rose Law Group, which represents clients who were opposed to the APS solar rate hikes the Arizona Corporation Commission approved last November.

The full-service firm covers more than 50 areas of practice.

Scot Mussi, executive director of the Arizona Free Enterprise Club, a free-market, pro-growth advocacy group, said Trenk’s vote opposing the rate hike could be a conflict of interest.

“If Cave Creek wants to take a position, that’s fine,” Mussi said. “But (Trenk is with the firm) leading the charge to keep the subsidies.”

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Paul Bonavia to Retire as UNS Energy CEO, Serve as Executive Board Chair; Board Names President, Chief Operating Officer David Hutchens as Next Ceo
Paul Bonavia to Retire as UNS Energy CEO, Serve as Executive Board Chair; Board Names President, Chief Operating Officer David Hutchens as Next CEO

TUCSON, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE) February 26, 2014 -- Paul J. Bonavia, Board Chair and Chief Executive Officer of UNS Energy Corporation, has announced he will retire as CEO on May 2, 2014 and transition to a new role as Executive Board Chair of UNS Energy.

Bonavia also announced that the Board has named David G. Hutchens, UNS Energy’s President and Chief Operating Officer, to succeed him as CEO upon his retirement, culminating a succession plan years in the making.

Bonavia, 62, has led UNS Energy since January 2009, when he became Board Chair, President and CEO of the company then known as UniSource Energy Corporation. His tenure has been marked by increasingly efficient operations, an emphasis on safety and a renewed focus on customer service. The company also is addressing customers’ long-term energy needs by updating its generation portfolio and expanding its renewable energy resources to a degree that has earned national acclaim.

“UNS Energy has achieved unprecedented success under Paul’s leadership,” said Robert A. Elliott, Lead Director of UNS Energy’s Board of Directors. “His wisdom, experience and commitment to achieving the highest standards of safety, efficiency and service have made a deep impact on this company and the communities we serve.”

In his upcoming role as Executive Board Chair, Bonavia will provide continued direction and oversight for UNS Energy and its subsidiaries, including Tucson Electric Power (TEP) and UniSource Energy Services (UES).

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SRP Gets Top Customer Ranking Among Western Utilities
SRP Gets Top Customer Ranking Among Western Utilities

By Ryan Randazzo The Republic | azcentral.com Wed Feb 12, 2014 2:30 PM

Salt River Project ranked highest for business-customer satisfaction among large utilities in the West in a J.D. Power and Associates survey released Wednesday.

Arizona Public Service Co. fell in the annual ranking.

The study uses a 1,000-point scale to measure utilities on power quality and reliability; billing and payment; corporate citizenship; price; communications; and customer service.

SRP’s score was 713. It moved up from the No. 2 spot last year, when it scored 684.

APS ranked No. 5 in the study with a 678 score. Last year, it ranked No. 3 with a score of 680.

At the bottom of the list of large utilities was the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, with a score of 642.

Tucson Electric Power ranked No. 3 in the midsize utility segment with a score of 676, up from 658 and a No. 6 ranking last year.

Overall satisfaction among electric utility business customers averaged 662, up from from 647 in 2013. Satisfaction improved in each of the six categories year over year, with the greatest satisfaction increases in price and communications

The study was based on 23,700 online interviews with business customers who spend at least $250 monthly on electricity. The study was conducted from April through June and September through December.

 
EEI/NRDC Joint Statement to State Utility Regulators
EEI/NRDC Joint Statement to State Utility Regulators

The future of America’s vital electricity sector will continue to be a promising one as long as regulatory policies are fair and forward looking. As we move into a new age of innovation, the use of the grid is evolving, facilitating power flows in two directions, so that customers can engage in both purchases and sales of energy,
and provide other services such as balancing, voltage support, and voluntary load management. Innovation is providing new incentives for customers to use the grid more effectively and efficiently, optimizing the use of existing infrastructure.

The following link will provide you with their statement and key recommendations:

NRDC Document

 
Arizona's Dry Winter Stokes Water Fears
Arizona's Dry Winter Stokes Water Fears
Experts concerned dry spell could later be a drain on water supply and worsen wildfire risk

By Brandon Loomis The Republic | azcentral.com Sat Feb 8, 2014 -- Federal snow-monitoring stations in Arizona’s high country recorded not a single flake in January, a striking rarity even in this drought-stricken region. The lack of moisture threatens to stoke a monster wildfire season and ratchet up tensions among states already wary of a declining Colorado River.

Arizona won’t go dry this year, but water managers are getting anxious about the future.

“Not feeling too good,” said Charlie Ester, water-resources manager for Salt River Project.

Last week, the Colorado Basin River Forecast Center in Salt Lake City reported that Arizona’s watersheds received less than half of their normal January precipitation — and most of the river basins got just 2 or 3 percent of normal.

Northern Arizona’s lack of January snowfall was the worst in decades and the latest in a string of dry spells that will hurt the state’s water supplies if they keep coming.

Since the turn of the 21st century, the Southwest has been in its most intense dry spell in 400 years, according to tree-ring analysis. Precipitation in some winters during that stretch has rebounded enough to replenish reservoirs and temporarily ease fears, but Lake Powell has been on a downward trajectory that will cause its managers to slow releases to Lake Mead this year.

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APS Gives $1 Million for Trails at Grand Canyon
APS Gives $1 Million for Trails at Grand Canyon
Part of donation will establish endowment for upkeep of park

By Brandon Loomis The Republic | azcentral.com Sat Feb 8, 2014 -- Starved for trail funds — or any help cutting into a $460 million maintenance backlog — Grand Canyon National Park received a welcome $1 million from a corporate donor.

The gift from Arizona Public Service Co. to the non-profit Grand Canyon Association was announced Friday at the Heard Museum in Phoenix. It nearly doubles the park’s annual trail budget and cuts into a $20 million need for trail work, according to park Superintendent Dave Uberuaga.

Of the $1 million, $650,000 will seed a Grand Canyon Trails Forever Endowment, which the association and the park hope will attract more gifts to give a perpetual bump to trail construction.

“These trails have been used by our ancestors,” Uberuaga said. “(For) thousands of years they’ve traveled through the Canyon.”

Because of federal budget constraints, the park must pour nearly every trail dollar it has into the core routes used by 1,500 hikers daily from rim to river — Bright Angel, South Kaibab and North Kaibab — and not those that extend into the 92 percent of the Grand Canyon that is wilderness. Those more remote trails erode with every monsoon.

“If you’ve been out there lately,” Uberuaga said, “it’s like, ‘Oh my gosh, that’s a big step’ ” to the next rock.

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Arizona Panel to Revisit Rules on Solar Installations
Arizona Panel to Revisit Rules on Solar Installations

By Ryan Randazzo The Republic | azcentral.com Thu Feb 6, 2014 8:58 PM

With Arizona Public Service Co. exceeding the state requirement that a small percent of its power come from rooftop solar, regulators on Thursday supported giving the company a waiver of the requirement while they figure out a way to count solar installations.

The five Arizona Corporation Commissioners voted to revisit the state’s renewable-energy rules to address how utilities recognize solar, but emphasized they do not intend to reduce the amount of renewable power used in the state.

Arizona requires utilities to get 15 percent of their power from renewable sources by 2025, and 30 percent of that power must come from rooftop solar or other “distributed” sources.

“This action does not reduce the 15 percent renewable-energy standard this commission has uniformly supported,” Commissioner Susan Bitter Smith said.

The requirements escalate each year. For 2014, APS is required to get 4.5 percent of its electricity from renewable sources, 1.4 percent of which must come from distributed sources. APS has enough customers using solar today to meet the requirement through 2016 at least.

But regulators, solar industry representatives and APS are at an impasse regarding how to comply with the rules, which are written in a way that requires utilities to purchase renewable-energy credits, or RECs. Solar prices have dropped so much that APS no longer buys RECs to subsidize solar installations, and customers are putting up the panels without financial help from the company.

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