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APS Doubles Solar Capacity

April 2001 - Arizona Public Service (APS) dedicated three new solar facilities that will serve customers of the APS Solar Partners program. The three projects: a 100-kW, high-concentration system in Glendale, a 175-kW system in Prescott, and a 125-kW tracking system in Gilbert, bring the amount of solar energy produced by the utility to nearly one megawatt.

APS Solar Partners participants pay $2.64 per month to have 15 kWh of their electricity needs generated by solar power. To date, there are nearly 2,500 registered program participants.



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