No power for 57,000 Rocky Mountain Power customers

Rocky Mountain does not give refunds when they fail to provide the sevice that customers pay for.  Utility bills are a perpetual debt that make utilities billion dollar companies. 

Utah Governor Signs New Pro-Solar Bills Into Law

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and the Utah Solar Energy Association (USEA) are jointly thanking Gov. Gary Herbert, R-Utah, and the Utah state legislature for two new laws that will help future solar homeowners through cost-savings and increased consumer protection.

NYU Engineers’ Solar ‘Sandwich’ Is Breakthrough In Solar Cell Efficiency

solar sandwich

Researchers from the New York University (NYU) Tandon School of Engineering have come up with what they call an innovative and promising way to improve solar cells.

Tandon Associate Professor André D. Taylor of the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department led the team of researchers on the project.

Trump approves 30% tariff on imported solar

Almost 7,560 still without power in northern Utah, parts of Idaho, Wyoming

Rocky Mountain Power Fails!

ARDEN CITY, Rich County — Nearly 7,560 households in Idaho, Utah and Wyoming are still without power late Saturday night, Rocky Mountain Power officials reported.

NREL Study: ‘Demand For Green Power Is Ubiquitous’ In The U.S.

The U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has released Status and Trends in the U.S. Voluntary Green Power Market (2016 Data). The report is part of an annual series tracking the U.S. voluntary green power market, where retail electricity customers make voluntary purchases of renewable electricity.


Salt Lake City Celebrates New Solar On Government Buildings

On Thursday at Fire Station 10, Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski and other local officials discussed the city’s recent investment in solar power on seven separate municipal facilities, including five fire stations.

Rooftop solar in Utah

Stakeholders Reach Major Solar Compromise In Utah

Partners Complete 14.5 MW Solar Project In Utah

Empower Energies Inc., a Maryland-based clean energy development and financing company, hasannounced the completion of the Patua solar power project, a 14.5 MW solar array in Churchill County, Utah. The project supplements an existing geothermal power plant owned by CYRQ Energy, a Salt Lake City-based renewable energy company.


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