Earlier this summer the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its proposed rules for Section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act. This is the rule that deals with reducing carbon emissions from existing power plants by 2030. The proposed rule was shaped by public input and builds upon existing priorities, activities, and efforts in states throughout the country.
- Oct. 4-5 - Sedona & Verde Valley Solar Tours
- Governor's Solar & Renewable Energy Month Proclamation and National Solar Tours intro
- Sept. 27 Blog - Jim Arwood: There's a lot of work (to do)...
- Other recent blogs:
- Red and Blue Equals Green (Sept. 13, 2014)
- Labor Day: New Deal Roots and Clean Energy Offshoots (Aug. 30, 2014)
- Consider donating to AzSC for a more effective website
- Legislative Tracker for topics related to solar in Arizona (latest session ended April 23rd).
- SRP Solar Incentive Levels Announced for Fiscal Year 2015
- The Sun Day Blog by Jim Arwood on net metering hearings in November 2013: The Decision
Still dark times for solar manufacturingWritten by Phoenix Green Business Examiner
Recent solar module production capacity has been nearly twice the demand, resulting in significant overcapacity and excessive inventories. Solar manufacturers have reduced prices to record lows, often at or below the module cost of goods sold (COGS).