Arizona Legislature May Roll Back Incentives for Rooftop Solar


All three ballot initiatives listed below were withdrawn this afternoon (April 28) as the parties agreed to negotiate a settlement of the issues.


Two bills are working their way through the Arizona state legislature that, if passed, could derail attempts to lock-in incentives for installing rooftop solar PV for six years. Each bill would automatically add an initiative to next November’s ballot — to compete against the “pro-solar” ballot initiative unveiled last week. Supporters of that initiative, the Arizona Solar Energy Freedom Act, need to gather 225,000 valid voter signature by July to get on the ballot.

HCR2039 – “Solar Consumer Protection Act.”


HCR2041, "Solar For All Act."

HCR2041, “Solar For All Act.” (Read the full text here.)

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