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Arizona Disputes the Role of Trash as a Renewable Energy Source

Mohave Electric Cooperative recently requested that state utility regulators treat solid waste as a renewable energy source to allow the coop to count a planned waste-to-energy facility as part of the coop's renewable source portfolio. Environmentalists
May 23, 2011

Mohave Electric Cooperative recently requested that state utility regulators treat solid waste as a renewable energy source to allow the coop to count a planned waste-to-energy facility as part of the coop's renewable source portfolio. Environmentalists oppose the proposed renewable treatment for trash in favor of cleaner fuel sources like wind and solar. Arizona is one of several states grappling with this issue The Arizona Republic reports.

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