Utah Solar

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.

New Initiative Helps More Schools Go Solar

Solar Schools 2025, an initiative of the nonprofit Renewable Nation, is seeking 50 K-12 schools across the U.S. that can “buddy up” with schools that have already gone through the process of installing solar.

Under the new initiative, Solar Schools 2025 will do the following:

Utah Homeless Shelter Goes Solar, Thanks To Rocky Mountain Power

On Tuesday, the Ogden Rescue Mission, a homeless shelter in Ogden, Utah, celebrated the completion of a new rooftop solar array.

The project was made possible by a $112,275 grant from Rocky Mountain Power’s Blue Skycustomers. It marks the program’s 140th renewable energy grant awarded to community-serving organizations since 2006.

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.

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.

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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.

Salt Lake City-based FTP Power LLC sells for $1.6 Billion

13,000 central Utah customers out of power because they chose Rocky Mountain Power over self power

No utility is always up.  But they do charge millions or billions of dollars.  Smart citizens save the money they would have given the utility for a perpetual debt that never gets paid off and bought their own solar panels.  Now, their power only goes off when they turn it off.

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