The Key to Arizona’s Energy Future

Michael Giberson

Via the Goldwater Institute in Arizona, this announcement of an event happening today, November 12 in Phoenix:

Today three experts on electricity restructuring will be at the state Capital to talk about how Arizona could begin a restructuring process and how restructuring could encourage the use of more renewable energy. The discussion is open to the public and we encourage you to join us:

Date:         Thursday, November 12, 2009
Time:        10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Location:  Arizona State House of Representatives, Hearing Room 3, 1700 W. Washington, Phoenix

See also this Goldwater Institute-sponsored report, “Opening the Grid: How to Recharge Arizona’s Electricity System for the 21st Century,” which we’ve lauded here before as “outstanding in nearly every way.”

4 thoughts on “The Key to Arizona’s Energy Future

  1. I wondered too, but they were not listed by the Goldwater Institute. I’m guessing that 2/3rd of the three were Andrew Kleit and Stanley Reynolds, who wrote the report for the Goldwater Institute. Maybe word will leak out from Arizona in a day or two…

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