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Conservationists: Oil drilling plan doesn't do enough to protect Chaco

The BLM projects as many as 3,000 new oil and gas wells in the area surrounding Chaco Culture National Historical Park.

As Western coal plants close, what happens to their water?

Closures looming, communities are starting to discuss how this newly freed up water should be put to use.

Navajo Nation wants to provide power To LA

The deal is the latest attempt to make up for the lack of coal revenue and develop renewable energy projects.

The price of clean energy in Arizona

Utility companies are embracing clean energy plans, but also looking to increase rates for consumers to finance the changes.

Young activists press for action on climate change

Inexperience and age aren't stopping young people in Arizona and around the world from demanding action.

TEP rate hike proposal draws opposition from climate advocates

Groups say TEP shouldn't keep investing in fossil fuels. The utility says the plan will enable a transition to more renewable energy.

Food bank giving out energy-saving kits

TEP donated 11,000 kits with LED bulbs and water-saving gadgets for distribution at Tucson's food bank.

Korean company takes interest in Sonoran solar projects

The two Sonoran projects will have an estimated peak capacity of roughly 125 megawatts each.

US House OKs protections near Chaco park in New Mexico

The park is at the center of a debate over oil and gas development in an area dotted by historical sites.

UA shifting to more renewable energy with TEP deal

The university plans to get 60% of its power from wind and solar by the end of 2020 as part of the agreement.

Proposals would dam Little Colorado River for hydropower

The proposals are reigniting concerns brought up by a failed plan years ago to build a gondola into the Grand Canyon.

Environmentalists concerned about two dam proposals near Grand Canyon

Opponents say the projects would disrupt the ecology of the area and damage a site sacred to the Hopi Tribe.

TEP firing up new engines to integrate more renewable power

The utility is adding more renewables, but some say not fast enough.

Lawsuit challenges northern Arizona fracking leases

Conservation groups say the BLM violated laws by not conducting environmental reviews or consulting tribes.

Construction Underway on Arizona Cross-Border Pipeline Expansion

Once completed, a new facility will more than double the pipeline's capacity.

Arizona Utility Finally Comes Clean About Political Spending

APS spent millions of dollars on the election for the commission that regulates it.

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