TEP power generation plans involve unsafe pollutants February 3, 2020

Eve Shapiro, MD | Arizona Daily Star

All around the globe, we are seeing the effects of climate change, from the fires raging in Australia, to hurricanes of unparalleled magnitude. Instead of taking a proactive approach to positioning our state to take advantage of the abundance of solar and wind power, Tucson Electric Power is remaining stuck in old methods of energy generation.

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