APS reviews APS CEO Don Brant Reviews APS CEO Don Brant face tough questions from Arizona Corporation Commission. I would love to see Arizona revealed to the American people that live in Arizona the percentage of electricity that generated in Arizona that sold to other states.

Don Brant Reviews APS   Watch the two YouTube videos below this story  personally I feel the citizens of Arizona are being bent over !  

In the story below I have posted the contact information including phone numbers and emails of people that work at the Arizona Corporation commission it’s time for American people to stand up in a state of Arizona and start squealing because of the cost of electricity keeps going up if If APS was really concerned about the cost of electricity for the people of Arizona they would put solar panels on our roof and reduce our cost of electricity at least $125  month with no money out of pocket and no financial commitment.

APS CEO Don Brant face tough questions from Arizona Corporation Commission.    I would love to see Arizona revealed to the American people that live in Arizona the percentage of electricity that generated in Arizona that sold to other states.    We all know what we have to pay for electricity every month and it seems like every time you turn around a APS keeps wanting to increase the rates and people have a hard time paying these electric bills   As they continue to rise.  

We have to ask ourselves self with APS sells electricity to other states let’s say for instance California  what is the rate the wholesale rate of the electricity that’s being shipped from Arizona to California I’m sure it’s a lot less than what we pay   As customers of APS.    I personally believe that the Arizona Corporation commission should hammer them a little bit harder and press them to reveal the amount of electricity that sold the California from Arizona   And compare those rates of electricity that’s sold the California from Arizona to the cost that the people that live in Arizona have to pay APS what’s the spread  ?  

Now I personally am going to post  contact information of the folks at work at the Arizona Corporation commission so you can contact them and ask them what’s the spread of the electricity cost that Arizona pays and California pays for the electricity that’s generated in  Arizona.  

I believe the president of APS has a commitment to the investors and not the customers    In the state of Arizona we have literally a huge list of electricity generating power plants that make electricity we should have plenty of electricity in the state of Arizona that we don’t have to pay the existing rates that we pay right now.    

If APS had a commitment to their customers they would implement a plan that would allow people to put power generating solar power  panels on the roof to generate enough electricity to power their house and everything else goes directly to APS so they can sell it to surrounding states and the people of Arizona that have these solar panels on the roof have no electricity bills at all.    

I was contacted by somebody from APS telling me that they would reduce my electric bill by $30 a month if I let them put solar panels on my roof of my house.    I would allow APS to put solar panels on my roof or in my backyard if they reduced my electricity bill by $125 a month.   I’m not too fond of solar panels on the roof of my house because if something needs to be done to my roof all of that needs to come off to do the repair.    

I do believe that the people of Arizona better pay attention to these solar panel companies they’re probably getting taken advantage of in a deep way think about this can you imagine having a financial obligation to the solar company that put the  Solar panels on your roof and having a financial obligation for 20 or 25 years.   A lot of these companies that run around putting solar panels on peoples roofs are taking advantage of them it’s pretty much a new market that nobody can really compare the prices that well.    

I would only allow APS to put solar panels on my roof or in my backyard on top of a gazebo structure a big gazebo structure if they reduce my electricity by $125 a month and no financial obligation for any equipment that’s placed on my property.    Now it’s time for me to place the contact information of all the people that are in upper management positions at the Arizona Corporation commission so you can call them up and talk about what I’ve posted on this website.  

Az Corporation commission

Contact Us

General Mailing Address:

1300 W. Washington Street

Phoenix, AZ 85007-2996

Hours of Operation:

8am – 5pm

Closed for all State Observed Holidays

 

Corporations Division

Business filings including Articles of Incorporation for LLCs and Articles of Organization for Corporations in Arizona

Customer Service: (602) 542-3026

1-(800) 345-5819(Toll Free In-State Only)

Email: answers@azcc.gov

Fax Numbers: (602) 542-4100

(602) 542-8813

Director’s Office: (602) 542-3521

Utilities Division

Consumer services and regulation of electric, water, gas, and sewer public service corporations in Arizona

Phoenix Office: (602) 542-4251

1-(800) 222-7000(Toll Free In-State Only)

Email: UtilitiesDiv@azcc.gov

Tucson Office: (520) 628-6550

Securities Division

Registration and Compliance, Enforcement

Main: (602) 542-4242

1-(866) 837-4399(Toll Free In-State Only)

Investor Questions or Complaints:

(602) 542-0662

Email: SecuritiesDiv@azcc.gov

Licensing or Registration Issues:

(602) 542-1426

Email: SEC-AOD@azcc.gov

Safety Division

Pipeline inspection and enforcement for all intrastate pipeline operators and railroad inspection on both intrastate and interstate railroad operations in Arizona

Main: (602) 262-5601

Fax: (602) 262-5620

Email: safety@azcc.gov

Pipeline: (602) 252-4449

Railroad: (602) 542-7772

Railroad Email: railroad@azcc.gov

Hearing Division

Docket control and evidentiary hearings

Main: (602) 542-4250

Email: HearingDivision@azcc.gov

Docket Control (eDocket): (602) 542-3477

Email: help-edocket@azcc.gov

Legal Division

Legal representation of the AZCC

Main: (602) 542-3402

Email: LegalDiv@azcc.gov

Communications Division

Media relations and AZCC meeting broadcasts

Main: (602) 542-0713

Email: communications@azcc.gov

Commissioners

For more information, view our Meet the Commissionerspage

Chairman Burns Main: (602) 542-3682

Email: RBurns-Web@azcc.gov

Commissioner Dunn Main: (602) 542-3935

Email: Dunn-Web@azcc.gov

Commissioner Kennedy Main: (602) 542-3933

Email: SDKennedy-Web@azcc.gov

Commissioner Olson Main: (602) 542-0745

Email: Olson-Web@azcc.gov

Commissioner Peterson Main: (602) 542-3625

Email: LMarquezPeterson-Web@azcc.gov

 Remember my guidelines for using this website we don’t take anything down unless the posting party requests it.   I posted this on  our website because I feel this is a political issue.  I wish I was a Commissioner  in or on the Arizona Corporation commission.   If I was there would be definitely changes in the Arizona Corporation commission because I would personally record every meeting and I would post it on the Internet and I’m sure that there would be a lot of people pissed off at me.

Keep in mind the taxpayers of Arizona helped pay for the Palo Verti nuclear power plant.   Text it’s time for me to post the list of power plant producing companies in Arizona.

Name Location Capacity (MW) Year Opened
Apache Generating Station Cochise County 204 1979
Cholla Power Plant Navajo County 840 1962/1980/1981
Coronado Generating Station Apache County 822 1979/1980
Navajo Generating Station Coconino County 2,409 1974/1975/1976
Springerville Generating Station Apache County 1,766 1985/1990/2006/200

 

Arizona Falls Maricopa County .75 [12]
C.C. Cragin Dam [12]
Childs-Irving Hydroelectric Facilities Closed
Coolidge Dam
Crosscut Hydroelectric Plant Maricopa County 3 [12]
Davis Dam
Glen Canyon Dam Coconino County 1,320 [17]
Hoover Dam Mohave County 2,080
Horse Mesa Dam Maricopa County 129 [12]
Mormon Flat Dam Maricopa County 60 [12]
New Waddell Dam Maricopa County 45
Parker Dam La Paz County 120
South Consolidated Hydroelectric Unit Maricopa County 1.4 [12]
Stewart Mountain Dam Maricopa County 13 [12]
Theodore Roosevelt Dam Gila/Maricopa 3

 

H. Wilson Sundt Generating Station Pima County

 

 

 

 

Agua Fria Generating Station Maricopa County 626 [7]
Arlington Valley Plant Maricopa County 577 [8][9]
Coolidge Generating Station Pinal County 575 [10]
Desert Basin Power Plant Pinal County 577 [11]
Douglas Power Plant [4]
Gila River Generating Station Maricopa County 2,200
Griffith Energy Mohave County 654 [8]
Harquahala Generating Station Maricopa County 783 [8]
H. Wilson Sundt Generating Station Pima County 222 [6]
Kyrene Power Plant Maricopa County 521 [12]
Mesquite Power Plant Maricopa County 1,250 [8]
Ocotillo Power Plant Maricopa County 334 [4][13]
Redhawk Power Station Maricopa County 1,060 [4][8]
Saguaro Power Plant Pinal County [4]
Santan Power Plant Maricopa County 875 [8]
Sundance Generating Station Pinal County 450 [4][14]
West Phoenix Power Plant Maricopa County [4]
Yucca Power Plant Yuma County 264 [4][15]
Yuma Power Plant Yuma County 5

 

Arizona Falls Maricopa County .75 [12]
C.C. Cragin Dam [12]
Childs-Irving Hydroelectric Facilities Closed
Coolidge Dam
Crosscut Hydroelectric Plant Maricopa County 3 [12]
Davis Dam
Glen Canyon Dam Coconino County 1,320 [17]
Hoover Dam Mohave County 2,080
Horse Mesa Dam Maricopa County 129 [12]
Mormon Flat Dam Maricopa County 60 [12]
New Waddell Dam Maricopa County 45
Parker Dam La Paz County 120
South Consolidated Hydroelectric Unit Maricopa County 1.4 [12]
Stewart Mountain Dam Maricopa County 13 [12]
Theodore Roosevelt Dam Gila/Maricopa 3

 

Dry Lake Wind Power Project Navajo County 127
Perrin Ranch Wind Navajo County 9  

 

 

Solana Generating Station Maricopa County

 

Mesquite Solar project Maricopa County 400
Agua Caliente Solar Project Yuma County 290
Arlington Valley Solar 2 Maricopa County 12

 

Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station

Tonopah, Arizona

3,94

 

 

 

 You do the math look at the number of  megawatts of electricity that’s generated in the state of Arizona we make more electricity than what the  State of Arizona needs that’s why they have so much electricity they can sell it to other states that do not like power plants in their states because so many people are liberals and they want the electricity but they don’t want to power plants in their neighborhoods in California as well as other states.    If they elect to not have enough power plants in their states they should pay a premium price for electricity much more than the people that live in the state of Arizona.

 

 

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