Welcome to the
Governor's Office of Energy Policy
The Governor's Office of Energy Policy (GOEP) provides a wide variety of
information on energy programs, policy, projects, energy-saving strategies and
energy-related statistics. The GOEP, formerly the Arizona Commerce Authority - Energy Office, was established by
Governor Janice K. Brewer in 2011.
Energy Spark Video now available
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An introduction to understand Arizona's complex energy systems.
Governor Jan Brewer Establishes emPOWER Arizona: A Plan for an Affordable,
Reliable Energy Future
"The Plan - titled emPOWER Arizona: Executive Energy Assessment and Pathways -
was a collaborative effort by the Governor's Office of Energy Policy, Arizona
Commerce Authority, Arizona Legislature, Arizona Corporation Commission and
leading industry partners."
emPOWER Arizona: Executive Energy
Assessment and Pathways - Executive Summary
emPOWER Arizona: Executive Energy Assessment and
Pathways - Full Report (Click on Table of Contents to view area of
interest, orange bar on top of page returns to TOC)
Order 2014-04 - Adopting Arizona's Master Energy Plan and Establishing State
Energy Advisory Board
The Arizona Governor's Office of Energy Policy is now on
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Renewable Energy Tax Incentive Program
As of January 1, 2010, the State has a new tool in advancing its solar platform
and reach into the area of renewable energy: The Arizona Renewable Energy Tax
Incentive Program. This Program is designed to stimulate new investments in
manufacturing and headquarter operations of renewable energy companies including
solar, wind, geothermal and other renewable technologies.
IN OTHER NEWS
Governor Jan Brewer: Arizona now the Nation’s 2nd-Largest Solar Market
Installed More Utility-Scale Solar than Any Other State in 2012
(Mar. 14, 2013) Phoenix - Governor Jan Brewer today celebrated news that Arizona ranks
2nd nationally in terms of solar installation, according to the 2012 U.S. Solar
Market Insight Report from the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). Even
more impressive, more utility-scale solar technology was installed in Arizona
over the last year than in any other state.
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