- Arizona regulators approve new rates, solar settlement for Arizona Public ServiceDive Brief: State regulators yesterday voted 4-1 to increase rates for Arizona Public Service and approve a settlement with solar advocates that establishes a new compensation scheme and allows customers to lock in their rate for years.
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- Big Oil Follows Silicon Valley Into Backing Green Energy FirmsMajor oil companies are joining Silicon Valley in backing energy-technology start-ups, a signal that that those with the deepest pockets in the industry are casting around for a new strategy. From Royal Dutch Shell Plc to Total SA and Exxon Mobil Corp.
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- How Two Bankrupt Companies Are Threatening Tens of Thousands of American Solar JobsLet’s be clear: the Section 201 trade case now under consideration at the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) is about jobs, plain and simple. If the petitioners get what they want, tens of thousands of American solar workers will lose their jobs.
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- Judge insists he can decide extent of commissioner’s powersA Maricopa County Superior Court judge said he has the legal right to decide whether state regulator Bob Burns has the unilateral power to subpoena utility executives, even in the face of opposition of the other four members of the Arizona Corporation Commission.
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- Tesla’s Solar Roof Pricing Is Cheap Enough to Catch FireTesla Inc. has begun taking $1,000 deposits for its remarkable solar roof tiles—to be delivered this summer at a price point that could expand the U.S. solar market. Tesla will begin with production of two of the four styles it unveiled in October: a smooth glass and a textured glass tile.
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