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Trash-Burning Plant Does Not Count Toward Renewable Standard

An Arizona court has overturned an Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) decision finding that a trash-burning power plant counts toward state renewable energy goals. Mohave Electric Cooperative proposed to build the plant near Phoenix as part of its eff
July 18, 2013

An Arizona court has overturned an Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) decision finding that a trash-burning power plant counts toward state renewable energy goals. Mohave Electric Cooperative proposed to build the plant near Phoenix as part of its effort to obtain 15 percent of its electricity from renewable resources by 2025. The ACC may appeal the decision. Click here for the full story.

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