Arizona Public Service News

APS prepares for record heat wave

Arizona Public Service (APS) is preparing for record-breaking temperatures across Arizona this week.

Arizona Public Service replacing 155 power poles damaged by storms

Arizona Public Service (APS) said Monday that work crews are busy replacing 155 power poles and fixing the power grid after last week's powerful storms.

Arizona Public Service changes leadership team at Palo Verde nuclear site

Arizona Public Service has made changes to its senior leadership team at the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station near Tonopah.

APS is ready to power an Arizona summer

Arizona Public Service (APS) revealed last week that it is well-prepared to meet customer energy demands this summer.

Changes to net metering likely to be controversial and necessary

As more solar users sell their excess energy back to utility companies, the push for reform in Arizona's net metering policies by Tucson Electric Power and Arizona Public Service is just the first wave of likely changes on the horizon as the power industry struggles to balance the costs and benefits of solar energy.

APS agrees not to raise rates if 'cost of service' hearings on solar power are held

In fairness to customers and to uphold Arizona's leadership in solar power, Arizona Public Service Company (APS) asked the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) late last week to hold “cost of service” hearings, postponing its previously requested grid-access fee increase.

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