Home Of Utah Jazz Basketball Team Gets Rooftop Solar

NREL Researchers Make Breakthrough On Perovskite Solar Cells

Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation Unit to Acquire Utah Solar Power Plant

Salt Lake City Lays Out Aggressive Renewables Goal: 100% By 2032

Salt Lake City has committed to transition to 100% renewable energy sources by 2032, as well as reduce carbon emissions citywide by 80% by 2040.

5 facts about solar in Utah

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Solar energy is a resource with many benefits. It's sustainable for energy consumption and is continuously renewable. It can generate power, heat, water and even energizes your body with Vitamin D! You may have already known these tidbits of information, but here are five additional facts that may surprise you about electricity and solar energy in Utah.

 

Utah's residential electricity is expensive

Lease or own residential solar?

It is a lot cheaper to own than lease.  Thousands of dollars cheaper.  Maybe half of the total cost.  Here are some other reasons to stay out of debt.

http://solarindustrymag.com/residential-solar-panels-the-case-for-outright-ownership

Utah Renewable Energy

Rocky Mountain Power Fails 82,000 customers, again

Utility power has never been, nor can it ever be, as reliable as doing it yourself.  The government has never been able to do anything efficiently and utilities are government controlled entities.  They may tell you to bend over, but they never provide vaseline.  People are brainwashed and have grown to allow Satan into their lives as a matter of convenience.

Salt Lake City To Double Municipal Solar Power

Salt Lake City isn't quite bright enough to buy their own solar and tell Rocky Mountain Power to eat shit and die, but this is still a good thing.  One never knows; Salt Lake may wake up and stop supporting the Luciferian agenda of big government and utility controlled power.  What can one expect from a queer Mayor?

http://solarindustrymag.com/salt-lake-city-to-double-municipal-solar-power

Intentional community powers 10 homes with shared solar

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