A lot of promises get made by politicians fighting to get into a certain position in office. Some of those promises get fulfilled, while others get broken and are made without substance.
If Hillary Clinton is elected to be the next president in November, citizens will get to see which of her promises get put into action, including ones for building Arizona’s clean energy future.
Clinton’s campaign team released details Tuesday that included high goals, with one aspiration including generating enough renewable energy to power every home in America.
For Arizona, Clinton’s team said that she would support the “fastest growing source of job creation in the country,” that being people working in the solar industry. She said that her plan would be to reduce annual energy costs for Arizona families and businesses by $1.4 billion a year.
Clinton’s plans also include “reinvesting in Arizona’s parks, forests and wildlife refuges, from the Grand Canyon to Saguaro.”
In doing so, she hopes to create more than 100,000 new jobs and $11 billion in economic activity.
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