Starting tomorrow, Arizona residents and businesses wanting to ‘go solar,’ learn more about active solar projects in the state, or check out the latest benefits and incentives available for solar installation, will have a new tool: the Arizona Goes Solar website.
The website will be hosted by the Arizona Corporation Commission, which regulates utilities under state law.
The contents of the site itself will be a collaborative effort between the ACC and electric utility companies with the goal of creating a “one-stop shop for homeowners and business owners” according to a statement released by the ACC yesterday.
The media advisory lists these participating companies:
- Ajo Improvement Company
- Arizona Public Service (APS)
- Duncan Valley Electric
- Graham County Electric
- Mohave Electric Cooperative
- Morenci Water and Electric Company
- Navopache Electric
- Salt River Project (SRP)
- Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Cooperative
- Trico Electric Cooperative
- Tucson Electric Power (TEP)
- Unisource Energy Services
When it comes to supporting renewables, and solar power in particular, the ACC is recognized as one of the most consumer- and business-friendly state bodies in the nation. Adding the Arizona Goes Solar website will help the ACC– and solar power — shine.