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Arizona Governor's Energy Office

The Arizona Governor's Office of Energy Policy administers energy
programs for the state and provides a wide variety of information on
energy policy, projects, energy-saving measures and statistics.

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#1 in Percentage of New Electrical Capacity
In 2014, the Solar Energy Industries Association ranked Arizona #1 in Percentage of New Electrical Capacity from Solar in their Top 10 Solar States report. Click here to for more information.

Arizona Ranks 15th in Energy-Efficiency Policies
In 2014, the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy ranked Arizona 15th in their State Energy Efficiency Policy Database. Click here for more information.

The Arizona Collaboratory for Advanced Energy Solutions (AZ CAES) is a partnership established to coordinate energy-related research among Arizona universities to gain a competitive advantage when the state pursues energy research funding.  Highlights of this new program include participation from key energy researchers from Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University and University of Arizona and members of the Legislature. The group was originally coordinated through a competitive grant from the National Governor’s Association in 2014. Click here for more information.

RECAP (ADEQ's) EPA Clean Power Plan Stakeholder Meeting Information
For current information, meeting notes and presentations from previous meetings, click here.

A video on energy in Arizona.

Energy Video

emPOWER Arizona: Executive Energy Assessment and Pathways, 2014
(Click on Table of Contents to view area of interest, orange bar on top of page returns to TOC)

As a result of the work completed on emPOWER ARIZONA, the Governor's Office of Energy Policy was recognized as an Honoree at the 2014 Best of the Capitol awards presented on June 24th, in the Grassroots Effort category.