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The U.S. EPA will release its final Clean Power Plan rule at any time after late July, that will require states to prepare compliance plans.

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Current News

  1. APSC Opens Dockets to Decide New Renewable Energy Rules

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Association // May 6, 2016

    Lower costs and advancing technologies have helped move solar power into the mainstream across much of America and now the Arkansas Public Service Commission (APSC) wants to explore opportunities for renewable distributed generation (DG) in Arkansas.

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  2. Sunshot Solar Workshop Slated for Little Rock, May 5

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation // April 21, 2016

    There are only a few days remaining for people to register for the “Solar Powering Your Community Workshop” scheduled for Thursday, May 5 at the Clinton Presidential Center and cosponsored by the Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation.

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  3. Kefer Sees Huge Potential for CHP as Energy Source

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation // April 20, 2016

    Arkansas has the potential to generate another 1800 MW of electricity from Combined Heat & Power (CHP) facilities, according to Jennifer Kefer, Executive Director of the Alliance for Industrial Efficiency during her remarks Monday in Little Rock.

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  4. CHP Expert is AAEF’s Guest Speaker on April 18

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation // April 15, 2016

    One of the nation’s leading experts on Combined Heat & Power (CHP), Jennifer Kefer will be the next guest speaker hosted by the Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation (AAEF) at a luncheon scheduled April 18 at Copper Grill in downtown Little Rock.

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  5. State’s Largest Operational Solar Plant Switched On

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Association // April 1, 2016

    Nearly 200 people gathered on a rain-soaked field Thursday to witness the ceremonial “flipping of the switch” to the state’s largest solar installation, a 12MW solar plant that will power 30 percent of the energy needs for defense contractor Aerojet Rocketdyne and supply low-cost energy to the state’s 550,000 rural electric customers.

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