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Renewable-Energy Project Gives State Fastest Clean-Energy Job Growth
Renewable-Energy Project Gives State Fastest Clean-Energy Job Growth

By: Brittany Bade/Cronkite News/September 9, 2014

WASHINGTON – Arizona businesses announced plans earlier this year to hire more than 3,000 workers in clean-energy industries, letting the state claim the biggest growth in renewable-energy jobs in the nation for the second quarter of 2014.

A report released Aug. 28 by Environmental Entrepreneurs said the bulk of the new Arizona jobs – and a large share of the total planned for the nation – could be attributed to the proposed Solar Wind Energy Tower project in San Luis. Developers of that project said they plan to add 2,350 workers, with most of those being construction jobs at the $1.5 billion plant.

That announcement allowed Arizona to knock California out of first place for the quarter.

“It’s tough to compete with California because there’s just less of us,” said Susan Bitter Smith, a commissioner with Arizona Corporation Commission. “But Arizona is always in the top three because it’s a place of great opportunity for renewable energy.”

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TEP Proposal Could Mean More Solar Power in Tucson
TEP Proposal Could Mean More Solar Power in Tucson

Chris Flora, Inside Tucson Business//Friday, September 5, 2014 -- Tucson Electric Power (TEP) could soon provide homeowners with solar power without any up-front costs.
 
A proposal still to go before the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC), if approved, would mean residential TEP customers who opt-in to the program could have solar panels installed and maintained without immediately coming out of pocket.
 
Once installed, customers would pay a flat energy rate for the next 25 years, according to TEP spokesman Joseph Barrios.

Barrios estimates customers who consume an average amount for electrical energy would pay about the same when converting to solar, but says the benefits of converting to solar come in the long run.

“They may not immediately save money – there is a variant about 15 percent above and below annual usage, but the potential for savings comes if and when energy rates go up,” he said. “If rates go up, a customer is locked into paying their standard solar rate, estimated at $99 per month.”

The idea is to more broadly introduce solar into the community.

“We like to think of ourselves as being innovative, and strong supporters of solar,” said Barrios. “We have a tradition of looking at ways to integrate solar, and we recognize our customers are interested in it as an energy option as well.”

The solar program would not apply to businesses or other non-residential facilities.

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Little-Forese Team Wins Corporation Commission Republican Primary
Little-Forese Team Wins Corporation Commission Republican Primary

Ryan Randazzo, The Republic | azcentral.com 10:33 p.m. MST August 26, 2014 -- Tom Forese and Doug Little won the Republican primary for the Arizona Corporation Commission Tuesday night, beating two candidates supported by the rooftop solar industry, according to unofficial returns.

The five-member commission's primary focus is setting rates and policies for electric and water utilities. It also regulates telecommunications, securities, pipeline and railroad-crossing safety, and facilitates the incorporation of businesses.

The Republican primary race for two open seats on the commission has been extremely contentious, with more than $1.6 million spent on advertising by an array of independent groups.

Forese and Little ran as a team, as did Vernon Parker and Lucy Mason, though voters did not have to vote for any particular pair.

Forese and Little benefited from more than $1 million in spending by groups that do not disclose their donors, though they appear to have ties to Arizona Public Service Co. and the Home Builders Association of Central Arizona.

A group funded by rooftop-solar leasing companies called TUSK, Tell Utilities Solar Won't be Killed, supported Parker and Mason.

Forese is an educational-software executive and a state representative who chairs the House Commerce Committee.

Little is a retired software-industry executive and current gun-range operator.

Parker is an attorney and former mayor of Paradise Valley.

Mason is a former architectural illustrator and small-business woman, and state representative who once chaired the Energy and Water Committee, and a former Prescott Councilwoman

 

 

 
CenturyLink Signs on First Small Business Customer for Its Ultra-High-Speed Internet Service
CenturyLink Signs on First Small Business Customer for Its Ultra-High-Speed Internet Service

Angelieque Soenarie, The Republic | azcentral.com, August 18, 2014 -- CenturyLink, Inc. has signed on its first small business customer for its new one gigabit Internet service, which has been touted as being 100 times faster than current Internet speeds.

Two weeks ago, the Louisiana-based company announced the expansion of its ultra-high-speed Internet and data service to small and medium-sized businesses in 16 cities, including Phoenix.

"Weebly's move to Scottsdale aligned with our gigabit fiber network upgrades, and we're excited to provide Weebly with 1 gigabit service that should help enable them to become even more successful in the future," said Ken McMahon, CenturyLink's Phoenix market vice president and general manager.

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TEP Seeks OK to put Company-Owned Solar on Customer Roofs
TEP Seeks OK to put Company-Owned Solar on Customer Roofs

  August 16, 2014 9:45 pm  •  By David Wichner/tucson.com/Arizona Daily Star -- Tucson Electric Power Co.’s next big solar-energy farm may be spread over hundreds of rooftops across the Old Pueblo.

In a move that rankles some in the solar-energy industry, TEP has asked the Arizona Corporation Commission to approve a new program to install company-owned photovoltaic systems on residential customers’ roofs, free of upfront charges.

In exchange, customers would pay a fixed monthly electric rate based on historical usage — estimated at $99 a month for a typical customer who now spends $90 to $100 a month on power — and guaranteed for 25 years.

TEP would own the systems and use local contractors to build and maintain them. The company is seeking approval to spend $10 million to fund 3.5 megawatts’ worth of rooftop systems, or about 600 homes with the systems rated at 6 kilowatts each.

The program would be available to all TEP customers but would be marketed in areas deemed by TEP to be best-suited for grid-connected solar, a company spokesman said.

The proposal is part of TEP’s 2015 plan to comply with Arizona’s renewable-energy standard, which requires state-regulated utilities to boost their share of renewable generation to 15 percent of their retail power sales by 2025.

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Energy Efficiency is Working in Arizona
Energy Efficiency is Working in Arizona

Too often we hear or read about programs and policies that are not working in Arizona. Or we learn about polarized factions lining up on one end or the other of an issue.

So it was refreshing to read a report from Ceres that ranked Arizona Public Service Company (APS) as the top investor-owned utility in the nation for the amount of electricity it saved in 2012 through its energy efficiency programs for households and businesses.

APS’ top ranking is a direct consequence of state government and a utility working together to provide real benefits for regular consumers and businesses.

In its report, Ceres ranked the 32 largest electric utility holding companies, which collectively account for about 68 percent of 2012 U.S. retail electricity sales. Criteria included renewable energy sales, cumulative energy efficiency savings and incremental energy efficiency savings in 2012, the most recent year for which data were available. Pinnacle West, parent holding company of APS, topped the list for energy savings that year. The report noted that state policies “are a key driver” in the utilities’ performance.

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Fortis Acquites UNS Energy, Enhancing Support for Arizona Uitlities
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Fortis Acquires UNS Energy, Enhancing Support for Arizona Utilities
New UNS Energy Board of Directors Includes a Majority of Local Members

TUCSON, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Fortis Inc. (TSX:FTS) completed its acquisition of UNS Energy Corporation (NYSE: UNS) today, adding UNS Energy subsidiaries Tucson Electric Power (TEP) and UniSource Energy Services (UES) to its growing international family of electric and gas utility companies.

TEP and UES will remain headquartered in Tucson under local control with current management and staffing levels and no planned changes to existing operations. Under the terms of a written order issued by the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) on Aug. 12, both companies will have enhanced financial strength and other benefits as part of Fortis, while their Arizona customers will receive $30 million in bill credits over the next five years.

“Joining the Fortis family will generate benefits for our company, our customers and the communities we serve,” said David Hutchens, President and CEO of UNS Energy, TEP and UES. “While this transaction opens a new chapter in our company’s history, our story remains the same. We will continue working every day to provide the safe, reliable and affordable service our customers have come to expect.”

With the $4.5 billion acquisition, which includes the assumption of $2 billion in debt, UNS Energy becomes the second largest subsidiary of Fortis and expands that company’s customer base to more than 3 million. Fortis is Canada’s largest investor-owned electric and gas distribution holding company, with regulated utility holdings in Canada, the United States and the Caribbean.

“TEP and UES are well-run companies whose employees are committed to serving their customers and communities,” said Fortis President Barry Perry, who will succeed H. Stanley Marshall as the company’s CEO effective December 31, 2014. “We welcome both companies to the Fortis team and look forward to supporting their continued success in serving their customers’ energy needs.”

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State Regulators OK $4.3B Buyout of Tucson Electric Parent
State Regulators OK $4.3B Buyout of Tucson Electric Parent

August 13, 2014  •  By David Wichner/Arizona Daily Star -- A $4.3 billion buyout of Tucson Electric Power Co.’s parent, UNS Energy Corp., by Canadian utility giant Fortis Inc., was unanimously approved by state regulators on Tuesday.

The deal — expected to be finalized by the end of the month — won’t result in any dramatic changes for ratepayers of TEP and its rural sister utility, UNS Energy Services (UES), as base rates won’t change and Fortis has pledged to continue operations under existing local management.

But ratepayers will soon see small billing reductions under a provision of the merger deal that calls for $30 million in credits to be distributed among ratepayers over five years.

And going forward, the acquisition should give UNS and its utility subsidiaries better access to capital, which the company and regulators say will benefit ratepayers and shareholders alike. Newfoundland-based Fortis has agreed to inject $220 million in equity capital into UNS upon the merger’s closing.

“TEP and UES will gain new financial strength through this transaction while preserving local control over utility operations,” said David Hutchens, president and CEO of UNS Energy, TEP and UES.

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