In January 2020, we announced our Clean Energy Commitment to provide 100% clean, “carbon-free” energy by 2050. So what exactly is the difference between “carbon-free” and “net-zero” energy?
APS CEO Jeff Guldner recently participated in an insightful 1-on-1 podcast.
Nearly 6 million people visit the Grand Canyon every year to see beauty that has been labeled one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
Several electric providers that serve millions of customers in the Western United States announced plans today to evaluate regional market solutions together.
There’s no question the pandemic has created challenges for Arizona’s school teachers. As they adapt to changing learning environments, they are also spending more money out-of-pocket than ever on classroom supplies.
Automakers have committed billions of dollars to the development of electric vehicles (EVs), fueling a global buzz. Here in the United States, National Drive Electric Week is set for Sept. 25 – Oct. 3. This is a great time for consumers to explore the emerging EV landscape.
What do solar-powered race cars, weather balloon launches, and raised bed organic gardening have in common? They are all projects that brought STEM subjects to life in Arizona classrooms thanks to grant funding from Arizona Public Service Company (APS) and the Phoenix Suns.
No doubt about it, drones are cool. They can take amazing photos of hard-to-access places and from vantage points the average human would be hard-pressed to find. At APS, we’ve harnessed this technology to make restoration safer and more efficient after events like storms and wildfires.
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