A Valley nonprofit dedicated to helping kids of all ages and backgrounds who are in the foster care system, Aid to Adoption of Special Kids (AASK), is the recipient of a new solar system, courtesy of the 2021 SRP Solar for Nonprofits program.
A recent report commissioned by the Arizona Corporation Commission likely overstated the costs for utilities to increase their clean electricity resources in coming years, presenting a flawed outlook at the effects of the state’s proposed Clean Energy Rules, according to the Arizona Technology Council and the sustainability nonprofit Ceres.
Phoenix adopts updated climate action plan; Nikola signs hydrogen fuel station deal with renewable energy producer OPAL Fuels; Phoenix can benefit from the use of electric cars in a number of ways; Sinema can address energy inequities and fight climate change; Lucid Motors announces ‘technology race’ against Elon Musk’s Tesla; Nikola and PGT Trucking sign LOI for 100 Nikola FCEV trucks; Babbit Ranches partners with SRP and Boise-based energy developer on solar facility northwest of Flagstaff; new EPA report confirms what south Phoenix’s residents of color know: climate change discriminates; Arizona Department of Economic Security and utility providers to distribute $36 million for households in need; air quality remains poor in Phoenix, where pollution outlasted the pandemic shutdown; according to two key leaders at SRP, losing power in Arizona is not an option; and key report likely overstated costs of Arizona’s Clean Energy Rules, new analysis finds.
It might not be the Green New Deal, but what would you think about the Green New Wheel? Arizona ranks No. 7 in the nation for its use of electric vehicles, according to the U.S. Department of Energy Alternative Fuels Data Center.
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and the City Council have adopted a climate action plan roadmap to cut emissions and build a more resilient city by approving the City’s comprehensive action plan to reach its net-zero goal a decade or more earlier.
Nikola Press Releases Nikola Corporation (Nasdaq: NKLA), a global leader in zero-emissions transportation and energy infrastructure solutions, today announced a collaboration with PGT Trucking, Inc. (PGT), an international multi-service flatbed transportation company, to advance electric drive heavy-duty transport. This collaboration includes a Letter of Intent (LOI) to lease 100 Nikola Tre heavy-duty fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) following […]
Thousands of Arizonans invest in solar each year to lower their electricity bills and contribute to creating a cleaner, more sustainable community. Congress is currently debating a $3.5 trillion budget bill that, if passed, will drive long-term economic growth and promote sustainability here in the Grand Canyon State and across the country. But as it stands today, it is still missing a critical component that would begin to address disparities in access to the benefits of solar energy and create good paying jobs in Arizona communities.
If this year is anything to go on, renewable energy may have a bright future in northern Arizona. Last week, water and power utility Salt River Project announced it would be working with the Boise-based renewable energy company Clēnera to locate a new large-scale solar facility northwest of Flagstaff. The new facility, dubbed CO Bar Solar, is being built in partnership with Babbitt Ranches.
The CEO of electric vehicle startup Lucid says the company is ready to compete at the top of the EV market as it’s poised to start delivering luxury electric sedans to customers in late October. California-based Lucid kicked off production of its previously delayed Lucid Air vehicles at its factory in Casa Grande, Ariz., Tuesday.
Nikola Corporation, a global leader in zero-emissions transportation and energy infrastructure solutions, and OPAL Fuels LLC, a trusted leader in delivering renewable natural gas and renewable fueling infrastructure for heavy-duty truck fleets, have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding on the development, construction, and operation of hydrogen fueling stations in North America and the use of renewable natural gas (RNG) in hydrogen production. Under this strategic engagement, Nikola and OPAL Fuels intend to co-develop and co-market hydrogen refueling infrastructure to accelerate the adoption of heavy-duty zero-emission fuel-cell electric vehicles (FCEV).