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Arizona Public Service (APS), a Phoenix-headquartered utility and subsidiary of Pinnacle West Capital Corp., has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for near- and long-term new sources of renewable energy that can be delivered to the company's electrical system.

According to APS, the energy procured from the request will help the company fulfill its renewable standard set by the Arizona Corporation Commission. Proposals may include solar, wind, hybrid wind and solar, biomass/biogas, landfill gas, hydropower and geothermal projects.

Parties interested in the RFP are encouraged to attend the bidder's conference, which is scheduled for March 14, 2007, at APS' headquarters in Phoenix. Additional information about the conference and RFP is available at aps.com/rfp.


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