Welcome to the exciting and challenging world of renewable energy in Arizona.
This is intended to be a library at your fingertips; a first-stop in your search for information about solar, wind, water and other energy issues critical to Arizonans.
This site is a work in progress. Comments on the content, including suggestions on other non-commercial sites that ought to be linked here, can be sent to:
BLM Arizona Office of Communications
Statewide Arizona Resources
Salt River Project (SRP) -- Power Generation Sources page
- Explains how SRP's energy is produced and identifies where its generating stations are located. SRP provides electricity to about 934,000 customers in Arizona.
Arizona Public Service (APS)
- Power Plants page --Explains how APS gets its energy and where its generating facilities are in Arizona. website that explains how its energy is produced and where its generating stations are located. APS provides electricity to 1.1 million customers in 11 of 15 Arizona counties.
- Solar Leadership page -- APS's solar energy projects.
Arizona Commerce Authority
Arizona Corporation Commission -- Home page. The ACC regulates service and service rates charged by public service utilities.
- ACC Solar page -- Learn about incentives from utilities, the State and Federal governments. Use the Solar Map to see what is happening in your neighborhood.
Arizona Governor's Office of Energy Policy
Tucson Electric Power Green Energy.
- Highlights renewable and conservation programs. Helps calculate "How Green Are You?" Lists services.
Arizona solar-related links
- Many links related to state, national and international solar initiatives.
Renewable energy sites
- Multiple places to get information on renewable energy.
Database of state incentives for renewables and efficiency - Arizona
National Renewable Energy Laboratory website that explains different types of renewable energy
National Renewable Energy Lab home page
U.S. Dept. of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory Arizona page. A clearinghouse on resources and information on energy in Arizona. Links to similar information for other states
Educational Resource for teachers and students
Western Area Power Authority (WAPA). Federal agency with responsibility for energy transmission
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Siting Renewable Energy on Potentially Contaminated Lands, Landfills, and Mine Sites