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Arizona Corporate Commission Approves New Waste-to-Energy Plant

Last week, the Arizona Corporate Commission approved an application filed in November 2010 by Mohave Electric Cooperative for a waste-to-energy plant as a pilot program.  MEC, which distributes electricity to nearly 40,000 customers, plans to build the p
July 18, 2011

Last week, the Arizona Corporate Commission approved an application filed in November 2010 by Mohave Electric Cooperative for a waste-to-energy plant as a pilot program.  MEC, which distributes electricity to nearly 40,000 customers, plans to build the plant in the Phoenix area.  The plant could generate about 11 megawatts of electricity, supplying roughly 2,700 homes with electricity. The ACC requires utility companies to supply 15 percent of their energy from renewable resources by 2025, and the new plant could help MEC receive renewable credits.  The Mohave Daily News has more.

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