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AAEA continues to influence the state’s energy policy landscape focusing on initiatives that will expand business opportunities for Arkansas

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Advanced energy technologies create jobs, businesses and investments while increasing energy efficiency and energy independence. AAEA members

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Current News

  1. Stitt Energy Systems Features Home with HERS 46-rating for Earth Day

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Association // April 23, 2015

    Stitt Energy Systems of Fayetteville, a business member of AAEA, will host an Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 25th and Sunday, April 26th featuring a Home and Garden Tour of a home built in 2009 by the company. This home, currently for sale, exemplifies the 18 principles included in the book, Holistically Green Homes, written by Stitt Energy Systems owner, Orlo Stitt.

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  2. Local Government Energy Efficiency Project Bond Program Awaits Governor’s Signature

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Association // April 1, 2015

    Little Rock, AR – Legislation to enable Arkansas cities and counties to save energy costs and create local jobs cleared its final legislative hurdle when the House of Representatives voted to approve it today. The Local Government Energy Efficiency Project Bond Act, SB 869, sponsored by Senator David Johnson (D-Little Rock) and Representative Warwick Sabin (D-Little Rock) to allow Arkansas cities and counties to issue bonds for energy efficiency improvements was approved by the Arkansas House today and will become law with Governor’s Asa Hutchinson’s expected signature.

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  3. Survey: Arkansas Voters Support EPA’s Carbon Emission Rules, Hutchinson Administration Preps For Legal Battle

    Talk Business // March 19, 2015

    As the Hutchinson administration prepares to battle the federal Environment Protection Agency on its plan to shutter the state’s fleet of coal-fired power plants, the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association (AAEA) released a poll Thursday (March 19) saying that most Arkansas voters strongly support “advanced energy and a transition to a low carbon economy.”

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