The Arizona Technology Council applauds Salt River Project’s Approval of Sustainability Commitment to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, advance clean energy, and conserve water
Forward thinking, eco-friendly businesses also are increasingly expecting their electricity comes from renewable sources. After all, for many companies, renewable energy is the future. Unfortunately, the state is stuck in the past as far as renewable energy regulations are concerned.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors June 4 unanimously approved an intergovernmental agreement with the Town of Oro Valley in support of a biotech industry incubator facility.
Although the International Day of Light is over, the glow of the Tucson optics industry grows brighter.
As the Greater Phoenix region gets closer and closer to becoming a major tech hub, it’s important that Arizona embraces renewable energy technologies that not only have a much lower environmental impact but also provide energy security for existing businesses and tech startups, increase energy independence, and help drive economic development.
The Any-Grid Hybrid Inverter Series is designed for flexible energy access to support a broad range of conditions including on-grid, edge-of-grid, and off-grid applications.
June’s Preferred Business Partner, Pacific Office Automation, offers workflow solutions to help businesses thrive and makes office printing and IT easy.
Business groups are finding plenty to like in the planned $11.8 billion budget for Arizona next year.
Trade office to fulfill the non-profit organizations’ vision of strengthening deep ties between Arizona and Israel.
Protecting intellectual property is critical to fostering innovation and creativity. Without the legal protection of ideas and trademarks, businesses of all sizes are faced with a serious threat to intellectual property assets. But it’s not just tech companies that have to worry about copyright piracy and trademark infringement.
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