Arizona's top utility regulator: State should double renewable energy requirements

Arizona Corporation Commission Chairman Doug Little announced a proposal to double the state's Renewable Energy Standard to 30% by 2030, a significant increase from the existing 15% by 2025 requirement.

The ACC Chairman's proposal also seeks to remove some of the Renewable Energy Standard requirements in order to allow utilities to meet their goals in the most cost-effective manner. For example, the proposal includes removing the requirement that utilities purchase 30% of their renewable energy from distributed sources like rooftop solar - a move that will certainly cause controversy.

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