Utah Solar

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

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.

http://www.ksl.com/?sid=43673730&nid=148&title=power-restored-after-outage-in-central-utah-causes-over-13k-customers-to-lose-power

Utah Gov Herbert hates solar

It's no secret that Herbert is a liberal.  Some suggest he even dances naked on a pentagram while drinking crows blood and chanting praises to Satan.  His hatred for the little guy was recently exposed as he signs law making an alcohol content of .05 a crime.  Now he has removed all incentives for citizens to go solar.  The very last thing he wants is for people to be energy independent.  He receives millions from big (and highly faulty) utilities.  One might say that no governor in the history of the United States hates his constituents more than Herbert. 

Scatec Solar Offloads Utah Red Hills Solar Plant

Home Of Utah Jazz Basketball Team Gets Rooftop Solar

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.

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