Sundown won’t mean the end of power production at the big Solana Generating Station in Arizona, in a testing phase now and about to go into commercial operation.
A “solar room” in downtown Phoenix, Arizona acts as a location from where a utility can monitor the status of renewable energy plants across the state.
The 100 MW Quartzsite solar energy project in Arizona moves one step closer to reality after approval by federal officials.
After adding a record 148 megawatts of solar in 2012, Arizona Public Service expects to bring online more than double that amount this year.
An Arizona company turns its flower-like solar device into a portable system called Mobile Lotus.
A proposed Arizona law would prohibit the state and political subdivisions from implementing the United Nations Rio Declaration on Environment and Development.
Solar advocates in Arizona are celebrating a victory after a proposal to alter the state’s renewable energy standard is withdrawn.