Two projects totaling 100 MW will be built by Invenergy to serve the company’s data center in Prineville, Oregon
Blue Raven Solar was named Utah’s Best of State in Solar Technology for 2018.
Blue Raven held its first annual Solar Giveaway, installing a complete solar power system for free to Utah resident Matt Smith. Installers and many employees from headquarters gathered at his home in West Valley for the culminating event of this project, the solar installation.
The Interstate Renewable Energy Council named its 2017 Clean Energy States Honor Roll yesterday, highlighting some its favorite solar success stories at the state level.
Celtic Bank, a top-ten nationwide SBA lender headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, announces it recently closed funding on a 1.5-megawatt solar project at the University of Utah. The panels were installed at the 729 Arapeen and 383 Colorow facilities within the University of Utah Research Park on campus, and include multiple mounting configurations (rooftop, […]
New solar customers in the Beehive State not only lost full retail-rate net metering last week, but they will be paying Rocky Mountain Power $200 for the meter that will govern the program’s successor.
Salt Lake City-based solar provider, Go Solar Group, has announced its expansion to Reno’s residential solar market. Still ingrained in the philanthropic vision upon which the company was founded, Go Solar Group is driven to show Reno residents the city’s tremendous solar energy potential by providing solar battery backup, securing protection from natural disasters, and, […]
Vivint Solar, Inc. (NYSE: VSLR), a leading full-service residential solar provider, today announced a strategic collaboration to become the official residential solar provider for Ski Utah, the marketing arm of Utah’s 14 resorts. The collaboration underscores Vivint Solar and Ski Utah’s shared commitment to help consumers be good stewards of natural resources and embrace clean, renewable energy. […]
In this op-ed for pv magazine, Alan Naumann argues that the recent agreement on net metering reached between solar advocates and Rocky Mountain Power was a bad deal that only benefits the utility.
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