APS will bump clean energy representation with 950 MW of new solar and storage by 2025

Arizona Public Service (APS) has plans to add battery storage to its existing fleet of solar power projects, build new solar projects with storage and use storage to deliver cleaner energy to customers at times of peak energy usage. As a result, APS customers will be able to use solar energy even after the sun goes down. “Arizona is already a national leader in solar energy. The challenge is, no one has figured out how to stop the sun from setting at night,” said APS Chairman and CEO Don Brandt. “As storage technology improves and declines in cost, we will increasingly be able to store the power of the sun cost-effectively to deliver when our customers need it.”

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