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Arizona power must come from 100% carbon-free sources by 2050, regulators decide – The Arizona Republic

New requirements will spur development of solar plants, battery storage and other renewables, though it’s unclear whether they will affect customers’ bills.

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Arizona utility regulators on Thursday, in a split vote, approved a plan for utilities to get all of their energy from carbon-free sources like solar and nuclear energy by 2050, bringing the state closer in line to other Western states.
The new regulations require electric utilities to get half their power from renewable energy like solar and wind in 2035. Then in 2050, they would need to supply all customer demand for electricity with either renewables, carbon-free nuclear, or energy-efficiency…

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