TEP to Offer Demand, TOU Pricing Plans in March

TEP to Offer Demand, TOU Pricing Plans in March

Tucson Electric Power‘s 417,000 customers in southern Arizona will be able to choose from several new pricing plans under revised rates approved (Docket No. E-019933A-15-0322) on February 8 by the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC).

Two-Year Battle in Arizona Concludes with Rooftop Solar Rout

After nearly two years of proceedings, including a two-day meeting ended late on December 20, the Arizona Corporation Commission has voted 4-1 to end retail rate net metering for rooftop solar customers (Docket No.E-00000J-14-0023) in the Grand Canyon State, according to a report by the … Read more…

APS Refuses to Reveal Campaign Contributions to ACC

Arizona Public Service – which serves more than 1 million customer as the largest electric utility in the Grand Canyon State – has refused to respond to a request (Docket No. AU-00000A-15-0309) from the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) “to voluntarily refrain from making campaign contributions … Read more…

TEP Files for New Rate Design

Tucson Electric Power (TEP) filed with the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) on November 5 for “significant updates” to its rate design and revenue requirement, which would raise the current average residential monthly bill – based on 1,150 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of consumption in the summer and … Read more…

APS Bails on Solar ‘Grid Access’ Charge

Arizona Public Service has offered to forgo its request for an interim increase to the grid access charge (Docket No. E-01345A-13-0248) – a fee to be paid by the residential owners of distributed generation, such as rooftop solar – instead asking the Arizona Corporation Commission … Read more…

Whistleblower Levels Claims Against Former Arizona Corporation Commission Chair

Whistleblower Levels Claims Against Former Arizona Corporation Commission Chair

The Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) made the news in 2014 for seeming to support the utility Arizona Public Service (APS) in attacks against solar energy and energy efficiency programs. Supporters of solar and energy efficiency said the ACC’s desire to gut such programs made no economic … Read more…

In Jeopardy: Energy Efficiency Programs in Arizona

In Jeopardy: Energy Efficiency Programs in Arizona

The Arizona Corporation Commission wants to let state utilities off the hook for providing energy efficiency programs, reports The Arizona Republic. Currently, Arizona electric utilities are required to reduce the amount of power they sell by 22 percent by 2020 by helping customers save energy. … Read more…

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