Stories tagged: "clean energy"


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How to Save Water—and Money—Following the Water Alert Announcement in Phoenix

Here are some some tips and resources on how to use water more efficiently—and save money in the process.

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Renewable Energy Grants for US Tribes Aimed at Aiding Vast Power Needs

More than a dozen tribal communities around the US will share $9 million in federal grant funding for renewable energy projects.

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Poll: Young Arizonans Care About the Economy, Disapprove of Both Republicans and Democrats

Millennials and Gen Z-age voters make up nearly half of Arizona’s electorate: nearly 22% of registered voters are 29 years old or younger, and 23% are between the ages of 30 and 44.

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Biden Releases 50 Million Barrels of Oil in Hopes of Easing Gas Prices

Biden said the oil release was one step his administration is taking to fight inflation, along with efforts to open supply chain bottlenecks.

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Leaders of Arizona’s Largest Cities are Calling for Bold Infrastructure Action

President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan would use funds from a corporate tax increase to pay for everything from roads to housing.

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Tempe’s First New Streetcar Has Arrived—Take a Look

The streetcar will travel three miles with 14 stops along the southwest edges of ASU’s Tempe campus.  Tempe’s gearing up to release a new fleet of streetcars—but this new addition to the city’s transit system resembles the light rail more than old-fashioned trolleys. Valley Metro on Monday unveiled the first streetcar vehicle to arrive from...

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Coconino Official Backs Bill to Burn Forest Waste for Renewable Energy

The bill would use small trees, limbs, and tree tops removed during forest restoration efforts for renewable energy.