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Utah PSC grants utility’s request to suspend solar rate-increase request

In response to intense public reaction, Rocky Mountain Power requested the suspension so it could continue negotiating with solar stakeholders to find a mutually agreeable solution.

Hunt Electric, Inc. Installs 697kW Solar Array supported by Unirac’s ROOFMOUNT | RM10 atop the Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah

Unirac, Inc. a leading provider of innovative PV racking solutions, was selected by Hunt Electric, Inc. to provide ROOFMOUNT | RM10 for a 697kW solar array atop the flat roof of the Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah. Vivint Solar and Larry H. Miller Group of Companies worked together to bring the approximate 2,700 panel […]

Utah utility’s rate proposal sparks passionate public backlash

Rocky Mountain Power’s new rate structure, which goes before the public service commission today, would charge new solar customers fees to cover a mythical cost-shift — inviting public scrutiny of what it sees as the utility’s attack on solar energy


530 MW-AC of solar projects come online in Utah

Project co-owner Dominion reports that the Four Brothers and Three Cedars solar projects were completed “on time and on budget” in September.

Park City, Utah commits to 100% clean energy

Park City Mayor Jack Thomas has signed a measure approved unanimously by the City Council that commits Park City to transitioning to 100% clean, renewable energy. Park City represents the 19th city in the United States to commit to 100% clean, renewable energy like wind and solar. Park City is the second city in Utah […]

Macquarie acquires 80 MW-AC solar project in Utah

Scatec Solar’s Red Hills solar project is MREH’s eight solar facility.

Spacing between PV cells effectively cools panels down, study finds

In a typical PV plant, where modules operate nearly 25°C above the ambient temperature, energy loss can reach 12%.

American Battery Factory and Anovion form alliance for supply of synthetic graphite

ABF and Anovion were recent recipients of federal grant funding from the Department of Energy, which awarded $2.8 billion to advanced materials companies that have begun to source battery material components from new and recycled materials using lithium, graphite and other materials sourced in North America.

Sunrise brief: U.S. to deploy massive amount of renewables by 2030, thanks to the IRA

Also on the rise: Solar microgrid community launched in California. Wisconsin groups find 100% clean energy + electrification to be ambitious but feasible. And more.

Inside the IRA: What is an Energy Community?

The IRA crossed the political aisle by providing an additional 10% tax credit for solar and batteries in former fossil fuel regions – with some suggesting 40% of the United States is eligible.

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