Rocky Mountain FAILS to deliver power AGAIN

One might think that power lines could be underground and safe, but Rocky Mountain Power doesn't want to spend the money and doesn't care even a little bit when power goes out and people on life support die.  Neither do they care that some people depend on electricity for heat.  RMP has billions of dollars in savings and millions of dollars worth of equipment that they don't even need or use.  But then when dumb asses connect to the grid they agree to a perpetual debt that can never be paid off and really must enjoy spending double to ten times what electricity really costs.  Smart people u

Bluffdale Celebrates New Municipal Solar Arrays

Bluffdale City, Utah, is celebrating the completion of a new solar project.

Bluffdale City roofThe 500-panel project, which includes solar arrays on Bluffdale City Hall and fire stations 91 and 92, is providing nearly 50% of the energy used at the three buildings. It is expected to save the city $20,000 per year in energy costs.

Rocky Mountain Power leaves residence without power for days, again!

One might think that in an area where it snows every year and sometimes heavily, that Rocky Mountain Power might have at least a small amount of concern for it's customers.  But alas, RMC cares not about anyone on life support or that depends on electricity for heat.  To prove this RMC will not refund even a single penny for it's absolute failure to deliver the electricity as promised.  It's kind of like paying for a tank of gas at the fueling station and then have the station take your money and refuse to give you any fuel until next week. 

Idaho Power Plots 100% Carbon-Free Electricity, Inks New Solar Deal

Idaho Power Co. has announced a commitment to provide 100% carbon-free electricity to customers by 2045.

To achieve the goal, the company plans to continue its path away from coal and invest in storage and additional clean generation sources, such as wind and solar. Idaho Power has reduced its carbon emissions intensity – measured in pounds of carbon dioxide per megawatt-hour – by almost 50% since 2005.

Cottonwood Heights Commits To 100% Clean, Renewable Energy

On Tuesday night, Cottonwood Heights, a city in Salt Lake City County, Utah, committed to transition to 100% clean, renewable energy.

According to the Sierra Club, Cottonwood Heights joins three other cities in Utah – Salt Lake City, Moab and Park City – and Summit County in establishing this goal.

The city council voted unanimously to pass a resolution adopting a goal of achieving 100% clean, renewable electricity for city operations by 2022 and community-wide by 2032.

Utah’s Auric Solar Becomes Auric Energy

Auric Solar – a West Valley City, Utah-based solar installer – is rebranding to better represent its expanding offerings.

The new brand, Auric Energy, reflects the company’s greater range of products and services. Auric Energy will continue to focus on solar while adding electrical and battery storage, among other services to be announced.

Congress Passes Farm Bill With Renewables Funding Intact

https://solarindustrymag.com/congress-passes-farm-bill-with-renewables-funding-intact/

According to the Environmental Law & Policy Center (ELPC), the legislation maintains the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) at $50 million per year of mandatory funding.

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MIT: Explaining The Plummeting Cost Of Solar Power

The dramatic drop in the cost of solar photovoltaic modules, which has fallen by 99% over the last four decades, is often touted as a major success story for renewable energy technology. But one question has never been fully addressed: What exactly accounts for that stunning drop?

Solar to help Park City, Utah nonprofit save 3k in annual energy costs

A new solar project will help offset energy usage and save money for the Christian Center of Park City (CPPC), a humanitarian community resource center in Utah.

What is a Hybrid Inverter?

Hybrid is defined as a having two different types of components performing essentially the same function. In residential solar applications, a hybrid inverter combines the work of a grid-tied inverter and battery inverter. The hybrid inverter increases energy resilience by providing back-up power in case of a grid outage and maximizes energy independence through self-consumption. Installations that use hybrid inverters are most commonly grid-tied, DC-coupled photovoltaic systems.

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