New policies shaping the future of solar in America

Arizona’s Salt River Project (SRP) is one of the largest public utility companies in the U.S., with almost 1 million electricity customers and nearly $3 billion in revenue last year. Back in February, after public hearings and contentious debate led by solar customers, solar companies, and enviro...

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