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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. Johnson and Tucker Seek Improvements to State’s Renewable Energy Generation Rules

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Association // February 25, 2015

    Little Rock, AR – Legislation was introduced today and endorsed by the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association to authorize the Arkansas Public Service Commission (APSC) to write rules allowing Arkansas consumers to lease renewable energy facilities such as solar panels and enhance their right to form community renewable energy “gardens”.

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  2. 2nd Advanced Energy Day at the Legislature Showcases Growing Industry

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Association // February 11, 2015

    Little Rock, AR – More than 100 advanced energy leaders converged on the Arkansas State Capitol Tuesday meeting with 52 members of the 90th General Assembly as the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association (AAEA) staged its second “Advanced Energy Day at the Legislature to highlight advanced energy’s tremendous impact on the Arkansas economy.

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  3. Little Rock to Become the State's 3rd Energy Improvement District

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Association // January 21, 2015

    Little Rock, AR – Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE), an innovative financing mechanism that has sparked energy savings and job growth around the country, will soon be available to Little Rock property owners after the Little Rock City Board of Directors unanimously adopted an ordinance Tuesday night creating an Energy Improvement District defined by the Little Rock city limits.

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  4. New Study Finds 25,000 Arkansans Working in the Advanced Energy Economy

    Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation // January 13, 2015

    Little Rock, AR – The development of innovative technologies to help meet America’s energy demands has allowed the emergence of an advanced energy sector that now accounts for the employment of more than 25,000 Arkansans, according to a new study released by the Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation (AAEF) this week.

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