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.
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.
Inside Arizona’s push to become an electric vehicle hub; plans for the 234-square mile sustainable Arizona city dubbed Telosa are unveiled; Zero Electric Vehicles to open new HQ and production facility in Gilbert; $125 million land deal in the West Valley could mean more Apple Car testing in Arizona; the alternative fuel tax formula formula is changing; battery manufacturer KOREPlex names contractor for 1-million-square-foot Buckeye facility; Valley startup ISA Industries explores extracting zero-point energy for a previously untapped source of carbon-free energy; Elio Motors announcement to go electric with new three-wheeled Elio-E induces jump in share price; community calls for federal climate support; Tucson Electric Power announces 2021 Go Green Award winners; clean energy innovators sign agreement to accelerate electric vehicle transition; and more.
Zero Electric Vehicles, a company that builds car electrification kits, has unveiled plans to build out a new head office and production center in Gilbert.
Nikola Corporation (NASDAQ: NKLA), a leading designer and manufacturer of heavy-duty commercial battery-electric vehicles (BEV), fuel-cell electric vehicles (FCEV) and energy infrastructure solutions, today announced agreements with the Bosch Group of companies for Nikola Class 7 and 8 fuel-cell electric vehicles (FCEV) which will enable Nikola to build the Bosch fuel-cell power modules at its Coolidge, Arizona facility.
On Thursday, August 26, the Environmental Defense Fund and the Arizona Technology Council joined forces to host an invitation-only virtual roundtable focused on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Package and its importance to Arizona businesses.
Nikola Corporation (NASDAQ: NKLA), a leading designer and manufacturer of heavy-duty commercial battery-electric vehicles (BEV), fuel-cell electric vehicles (FCEV) and energy infrastructure solutions, announced today the continued expansion of its Class 8 truck sales and service coverage with the addition of Quinn Company, a leading provider of on-highway truck service and construction equipment in the Central and Southern California regions. The addition of Quinn Company to the Nikola dealer network will include sales and service facilities across 15 counties.
The University of Arizona Center for Innovation (UACI) is pleased to announce it was selected to participate in the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN2) Channel Partner network.
Annette Finsterbusch, President and CEO of EnPower, Inc., has been named CEO/Leader of the Year by Girls in Tech (GIT) Phoenix, a nonprofit organization committed to supporting women in tech in the greater Phoenix area.