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The study of economics is a lot like a film by Joel and Ethan Coen – you know the ending will be bad, very bad for somebody, but you can’t look away as the story rolls on and sorts-out the winners and ...
On Wednesday I attended the 47th Annual Economic Forecast Luncheon presented by the Department of Economics at Arizona State University's W. P. Carey School of Business and JPMorgan Chase.  Overall, I ...
... a study on Arizona's infrastructure needs to 2032.  One of the chapters was about water and wastewater and, in part, analyzed the gap between supply and demand for water in Arizona's most populous 3-county ...
Last Thursday we hosted the 2010 Candidate Debate for the office of Arizona Corporation Commissioner.  Four candidates participated: Hon. David Bradley, Ms. Brenda Burns, Mr. Rick Fowlkes, and Commissioner ...
... be better than 2009 but still not great.  "Conclusion: recovery in Greater Phoenix will be painfully slow," he said. Then came Arizona Next 2040, "Building a Competitive Arizona Economy with Legacy Projects" ...
By admin - Grant Martin, Cronkite News Service/Az Capital Times  New guidelines from the Arizona Game and Fish Department may help developers planning wind farms and solar facilities like the Dry Lake ...
7. Is Water Too Cheap?
(Blog/Blog)
... treatment and conveyance costs - the cost of the actual resource is, depending on where you're getting it from, relatively small. Herb Guenther, director of the Arizona Department of Water Resources, ...
It hasn't been a good month for fossil fuels in the U.S.  First, the massive (and still gushing) crude oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico had the federal government impose a 6-month moratorium on deep-water ...
I'm really happy that last Tuesday's blog, on the state's horribly misguided cuts to the Arizona Department of Water Resources, generated a robust (and still ongoing) discussion.  It got me thinking: The ...
... prospects. Even the best leadership in the world probably wouldn't have prevented a fiscal deficit, spurred by the economic recession.  It wouldn't have erased the "Arizona budget cuts hurting [fill ...
... and Mesa, which supply the treated effluent, and Arizona Public Service Co. and Salt River Project updates terms and costs in an existing agreement, while giving the cities a bigger chunk of both revenue ...
... co-sponsored by the Arizona Investment Council and Arizona Businesses Advancing Sustainability. The cost of reducing GHG emissions There is no question that reducing greenhouse gas emissions, by cap ...
... gathered yesterday at a conference presented by the Arizona Investment Council (AIC) and Arizona Businesses Advancing Sustainability (AzBAS) to answer the question: How much will carbon control cost and ...
Local economies in northern Arizona and New Mexico could lose big-time if air quality rules under consideration by the EPA force the premature closure of two major power plants and associated mines. The ...
15. Our Water Supply Is Drying Up
(News and Events/AIC News)
By Robert Glennon SPECIAL TO THE WASHINGTON POST As published in the Arizona Daily Star In the United States, we constantly fret about running out of oil. But we should be paying more attention ...
16. Is the Era of Cheap Water in Arizona Over?
(President's Messages/Message Archive)
Is the Era of Cheap Water in Arizona Over? For Arizona and the desert Southwest, the most critical factor limiting growth and economic prosperity is access to sufficient  water supplies and the capacity ...
The Arizona Corporation Commission is Critical to Arizona’s Future In a sense, America is a nation of political junkies. There is nothing like a presidential election to sharpen our awareness  that ...
18. History and Mission
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... the Arizona Utility Investors Association (AUIA) was renamed the Arizona Investment Council (AIC) in April 2007 and given an expanded vision and mission. AIC’s new, expanded mission extends to the support ...

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