APS, SRP and Array Technologies held a discussion about Arizona's clean energy plans

December 8, 2022
Arizona electric providers APS and SRP are positioned to take advantage of new clean energy technology innovations, with aims to use 45% renewable energy and 65% clean energy by 2030 (APS) and reduce carbon intensity 65% by 2035 and 90% by 2050 (SRP).
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  • Array Technologies has developed solar trackers that harness 25% more energy than competitors, as well as set 2025 ESG goals for delivery of an additional 90,000 MW of solar power.
  • SRP and APS are exploring more nascent fields such as hydrogen generation, carbon capture and advanced nuclear. These companies have also partnered with the Navajo Nation and Nevada to form SHINe - a regional hydrogen hub.
  • Both providers have implemented programs to support the increasing number of electric vehicles on the roads, such as charging station installation in traveler hubs.
  • Federal funding of the IRA and IIJA is helping stimulate growth in domestic manufacturing for solar power production, electric vehicles and infrastructure.
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