Teachers at Cave Creek’s Desert Sun Academy win $500 recognition cards

Desert Sun Academy of the Cave Creek Unified School District has announced that several of its teachers have won the Arizona Public Services [...] Continue Reading →

McDowell Sonoran Conservancy launches family nature education programs

Fall is here and now Arizona families can enjoy outdoor fun and fitness by discovering nature together. Thanks to $12,500 worth of in-kind [...] Continue Reading →

What happens in a rural Arizona rate case will impact entire state

One of us is a former lawmaker, the other a former lawman. Both of us are very concerned about what lies ahead for all Arizona in terms of the [...] Continue Reading →

More than 300 schools statewide produce solar power

While classrooms empty for the school year, more than 300 schools in the Arizona Public Service service territory that have solar panels [...] Continue Reading →

APS: Grid scale solar more efficient, provides more environmental benefits than residential rooftop

With more than 300 days of sunshine every year, Arizona is a natural for solar power. In fact, the state was recently ranked No. 2 for total [...] Continue Reading →

APS seeks public input on new north Scottsdale 69-KV power line

Arizona Public Service is in the early stages of identifying a route for a new 69-kilovolt electrical power line to ensure deliverability to [...] Continue Reading →