Solar advocates take office at SRP

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Nick Brown (L) and Paul Hirt

By Ryan Randazzo | The Republic

SRP’s new board members took office Monday

The addition of two solar advocates to the board is the result of a vote last year

SRP charges a demand fee on solar customers that solar advocates oppose

Three new Salt River Project board members took office Monday, including Nick Brown and Paul Hirt, two advocates for solar power who want to increase the public utility’s use of renewable energy.

The clean-energy advocates were motivated to run for the board after the board members in February 2015 approved higher rates for solar customers.

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