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SRP solar plant northwest of Flagstaff expected to offset 1 billion pounds of CO2 each year

Salt River Project has partnered with Clēnera a private renewable energy company, to bring Arizona its largest solar plant by 2024.

VP Harris touts Arizona-California power transmission line

Harris and others celebrated the new line during visit to Maricopa County.

USDA awards $4.7 million to new partnership with UA for 'climate-smart' food production

The funding will help farmers reduce water consumption and carbon emissions.

County approves "gigafactory" for lithium batteries

Utah startup plans to hire 1,000 workers.

In race for utility regulator, different visions for Arizona’s energy future

Two Republicans — Nick Myers and Kevin Thompson — and two Democrats — Sandra Kennedy and Lauren Kuby — are running for two open positions.

Tucson to require EV chargers at many new homes, businesses

Cost is an issue as inflation continues.

Thousands without power in Eloy

Residents relying on ice distribution and cooling centers.

Pima County Issues Ground-Level Ozone Advisory

Thursday marks the second consecutive day of an advisory.

Tucson Electric Power seeking nearly 12% rate increase

Public hearings will be held in Tucson.

Gas prices will likely stay high through the summer

AAA says prices might put a strain on summer travel.

Hydropower customers could pay extra fees

Federal law requires fees be paid whether or not dams are generating power.

Arizona power companies tell regulators that blackouts could be in the future

The companies said they will be ready for this summer, but future summers could put a strain on their operations.

$2.1 billion natural gas facility planned in Guaymas, Sonora

The $2.1 billion natural gas liquefaction plant will be built on roughly 250 acres of state-owned land.

How Arizona gets its energy

This week, The Buzz focuses on electricity — how it’s created and where it’s needed.

Regulators approve rate increase for Tucson Electric Power customers

Tucson Electric Power customers will see their monthly bills go up by about four dollars on average.

No 'pain at the pump' for a small percentage of Arizona drivers

Electric vehicle owners aren't shocked by gasoline prices.

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