Arizona regulator seeks efficient path for 80% clean energy rule

Arizona regulator Andy Tobin has filed a set of proposed rules that would implement his Arizona Energy Modernization Plan to put utilities on a course to supply 80% renewable or nuclear power by 2050. Tobin’s proposal is to merge his plan with the state’s existing Renewable Energy Standard and Tariff (REST), which he says would create no new credits or other rulemaking dockets. The resulting Clean Resource Energy Standard and Tariff (CREST) would also require utilities to roll out 3 GW of energy storage by 2030, and implement reforms to grow the use of energy efficiency, electric vehicles and biomass energy.


Source: Utility Dive

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