- May 14, 2019
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In Arizona, everyone is welcome. The state’s equal opportunity energy mix includes coal, nuclear and natural gas. Combined the three make up 88 percent of Arizona’s utility-scale electricity generation, with nuclear contributing the most. Renewable energy is also adding to the mix. In 2017, the solar sector produced roughly six percent of the state’s net electricity. But because of growing concerns about weather, delivery, “fuel security and fuel diversity” coal and nuclear power have not been counted out of the energy equation.