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The APS 10-Year Strategic Plan

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Director, Corporate Strategy Arizona Public Service (APS)

Mr. Bernosky is the Director of Corporate Strategy for Pinnacle West (NYSE: PNW) and Arizona Public Service (APS). In this role, he leads a team responsible for developing and implementing near...

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The APS 10-Year Strategic Plan maps out how the company will achieve its vision of creating a sustainable energy future for Arizona by supporting the long-term issues and strategies outlined in the Plan. It is an important link between APS’s long-term vision and the annual business plans that guide the work employees perform every day.  I invite your reactions, questions, and comments as you learn a little bit more about how Arizona’s largest electric utility is embracing a clean energy future for the state and our customers. 

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Audra Drazga on May 14, 2021

Greg, welcome to the community and thanks for sharing this publication! 

 

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Jim Stack on May 15, 2021

A very interesting 10 year plan. I live in the area and have seen APS rely mostly on Nuclear. They like to tell how it doesn't maker carbon emissions. But they don't like to tell about the 60 million gallons of water a day they evaporate all of it. The uranium fuel comes from Russia and all the waste is stored on site. 

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Matt Chester on May 17, 2021

Thanks for sharing, Greg-- it's important to see utilities like APS not just leading the way on these commitments, but also sharing their step-by-step on achieving those goals so the rest of the industry can learn from it as well. That's what's unique about utilities-- they're not operating in a zero-sum game and lessons learned are meant to be shared! Engaging in this dialogue is so important

(And for anyone who wants to hear more about the future of APS and clean energy, be sure you're subscribed to the Energy Central Power Perspectives Podcast and stay tuned over the coming weeks!)

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Gracie Martinez on May 19, 2021

Where can I find the actual 10 year plan?

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