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5 tips to lower energy bills this winter

Copyright: timonko / 123RF Stock Photo
by in Home & Design

With Thanksgiving already over, the holidays are in full swing, and that means ovens, stove tops and holiday lights are in high demand, and your energy bill could see an increase. If you don’t want to see a power bill increase during the season of cheer, here are 5 tips to lower energy bills this winter from SRP:… Read More →

$761M bond sale approved by SRP board, council

Sustainable Banks, Green Banking

Salt River Project’s Board and Council approved the refunding sale of more than $761 million of highly rated, 2016 Series A public power revenue bonds, which will save SRP customers more than $151 million over the next 21 years — more than $112 million on a present value basis — and lower SRP’s overall borrowing… Read More →

SRP will begin 1st biomass test burn at CGS on Wednesday

Sedona NAFF tour

Salt River Project this week will begin a three-week test burn of more than 3,900 tons – or about 300 acres – of forest debris biomass at its Coronado Generating Station (CGS). The test is planned as part of the continued stewardship of Arizona’s water and power resources by evaluating the viability of reducing fire… Read More →

Valley of the Sun United Way names ‘Live United Top 20’

volunteer

It just doesn’t happen without them. And it’s time they got the recognition they deserve. Valley of the Sun United Way relies heavily on the generous support of organizations in our community to help it fulfill its mission of improving the lives of children and families in need. Valley of the Sun United Way announced this year’s members of the Live… Read More →

Cramer-Krasselt merge Phoenix operations into LaneTerralever

Internet Marketing Words, Off Madison Ave

After a 36-year presence in the Phoenix market, serving clients primarily throughout Arizona and the southwest, one of the nation’s largest independent ad agencies, Cramer-Krasselt (C-K), will merge its Phoenix operations into the Phoenix-based LaneTerralever marketing services agency beginning on Tuesday, November 1. With headquarters in Chicago and offices in New York and Milwaukee, C-K… Read More →

Greater Phoenix Chamber announces new board leadership

nonprofit board member

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (GPCC) added new leaders and 17 new members to its board of directors. Daniel Froetscher, senior vice president of transmission, distribution & customers at APS, will serve as the 2016-2017 board chair, succeeding Ken McMahon of CenturyLink. Mike McCann, senior vice president and division manager at JP Morgan Chase, has been named chair-elect. The 2016-2017 board will focus on growing… Read More →

HEAT Forum recap

HEAT Forum

On Wednesday, Oct. 5, experts from Arizona’s Healthcare, Energy, Aerospace and Technology industries convened to discuss innovation, challenges and success stories within their industries at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge.   [View the story “HEAT Forum” on Storify] HEAT Forum recap was last modified: October 6th, 2016 by Jesse A. Millard

The Grand at Papago Park Center launched in Tempe

The Grand at Papago Park
by in AZRE Magazine | Office

The Grand at Papago Park Center, the final parcel still to be developed within one of the largest business parks in Arizona, was unveiled Monday at an opening celebration hosted by Salt River Project. The total project, a 58-acre, high-profile, urban mixed-use property on the last developable parcel within the 350-acre Papago Park Center in the… Read More →

SRP and EVgo unveil electric vehicle charging stations

clear energy systems coming to tempe

Salt River Project is partnering with EVgo to provide five new electric vehicle fast-charging EVgo Stations in SRP’s service territory. In less than 30 minutes, EVgo’s dependable DC fast-chargers can deliver close to a full charge to nearly any fast charge-capable vehicle on the road today. The station, located at the Biltmore Fashion Park, is… Read More →

SRP launches major renewable energy project with Apple

solar panels, renewable energy

Salt River Project’s Board of Directors approved an agreement to purchase the energy produced from Apple’s new 50-megawatt photovoltaic solar power plant, located in Pinal County east of its data command center in Mesa. SRP was part of an Arizona team that worked with Apple to locate in the East Valley in 2014, and later… Read More →

Learning grants by SRP awarded to 25 schools

Enterprise Bank & Trust

Students across Arizona will explore the wonders of electricity, learn about math and science by growing plants in greenhouses built on their campuses and much more thanks to Learning Grants by SRP. The grant program, which awarded more than $117,000 to 25 schools, provides a unique opportunity for schools and teachers to develop projects and programs… Read More →

Cardinals touchdowns will score new trees From SRP

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As the Arizona Cardinals return to the gridiron for a new season, there are even more reasons to cheer for touchdowns. Through Salt River Project’s Trees for Touchdowns campaign, SRP will pay to plant 100 Ponderosa Pine trees for every Cardinals touchdown scored this season. Since 2010, more than 1.3 million acres of forests have been… Read More →

Desert Botanical Garden announces new trustees

Desert Botanical Garden

Desert Botanical Garden appointed several local leaders to the Garden’s Board of Trustees, which include: John Burnside, an attorney with the Phoenix-based law firm Snell & Wilmer LLP, has been appointed to the Desert Botanical Garden Board of Trustees. He is rejoining the board of trustees following six years of service from 2009 to 2015. His… Read More →

Molly Greene: Most Influential Women in Arizona

Molly Greene

Molly Greene, senior director for state government relations, SRP Greene has worked in public policy for more than 25 years and oversees chambers of commerce engagements, state and local government relations and SRP’s role in providing input and information on the political front. Advice: “Listen carefully and ask questions. If you are an expert in a… Read More →