APS seeks renewable power from distributed systems

ARIZONA - Arizona-based electricity utility APS is seeking business proposals for power aggregators who can deliver at least 1,500MWh from distributed energy systems. Sources include roof-top solar electric systems, small windmills, biogas, biomass, geothermal, hybrid wind, renewable natural gas and hydropower technologies.

The utility's goal is to increase the quantity and lower the cost of distributed energy in its service territory. The power will help APS meet its growing demand for energy and assist in satisfying the distributed provision of the Arizona Corporation Commission's Renewable Energy Standard (RES).

The RES requires that by 2025, 15% of the energy APS provides to customers must come from renewable energy sources. The distributed provision states that 30% of the renewable energy must come from distributed sources.



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