TUSK speaks out
Our Chairman, Barry Goldwater Jr.
"As a son of Arizona, I know we have no greater resource than our sun. Republicans want the freedom to make the best choice and the competition to drive down rates.That choice may mean they save money, and with solar that is the case. Solar companies have a track record of aggressively reducing costs in Arizona. We can't let solar energy - and all its advantages and benefits it provides us - be pushed aside by monopolies wanting to limit energy choice. That's not the conservative way and it's not the American way."
Barry Goldwater Jr.
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TUSK speaks out
The Continuing Saga of Solar Policy in Arizona
Herman K. Trabish: June 21, 2013
The debate is over whether net metering creates new costs for utilities’ non-solar customers.
Solar collectors stand at the Solana Generating Station in Gila Bend, Arizona May 14, 2013. Credit:Reuters
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The Solar Foundation (TSF), an independent nonprofit solar research and education organization, has released the State Solar Jobs Map, a Web-based tool providing what the organization says are the first-ever solar jobs numbers for each of the 50 states.
Wherever you go, whatever you do, remember there is only 1 Planet Earth. Paint your face, blue, green, brown or any other earth tone, dress up as your favorite tree, critter, star, cloud, or just come as you are and celebrate our wonderful 'Blue Marble' Planet Earth!
Many states have demonstrated their ability to reward their citizens for choosing solar energy but Arizona has one of the best programs. They realize that this form of energy is the way of the future and they want to work with those who want it. Instead of these solar panels costing thousands to install on a residential home, residents may be able to go solar at a substantially reduced rate with Arizona solar rebates. By working together everyone can be completely satisfied with the energy that is provided.
Based on early findings and their own experiences, many solar installation professionals in the U.S. already knew that 2012 was a year for the record books.