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  •  My family has a cabin in the White mountains (0+ / 0-)

    (northeastern AZ).  I just check the power bill from Navopache Electric Cooperative.  They use a system of fixed monthly charges since there are many seasonal and part time residences.  The amount of the fixed charges is $30.18, way below the fee that APS wants to charge solar customers.  Since the summers are milder up in the mountains, I wonder how SRP (the other utility co. in metro Phoenix) and Tucson Electric Power break down their charges, since it would give a more apples to apples comparisons if they used a fixed grid maintenance charge.

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