Don’t Pull the Plug on Energy Efficiency

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Rocky Mountain Power’s 2017 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) calls for a 32% cut to its “wattsmart” energy efficiency program in 2018. Needless to say, we are concerned about this huge reduction in energy savings, which is a departure from the steady growth that Rocky Mountain Power’s energy efficiency programs have seen since at least 2008. Utah Clean Energy is spearheading efforts to emphasize that businesses value Rocky Mountain Power’s energy efficiency programs, and encourage the utility not to enact their proposed cuts. Learn more here, and contact Kevin Emerson at kevin@utahcleanenergy.org to see how you can get involved.

Source: Clean Energy Business Coalition

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Changes Coming to Utah for Solar

20170417_133703Utah Clean Energy and Rocky Mountain Power, as well as other interveners have come to an agreement about Rooftop Solar in Utah. Last year, Rocky Mountain Power had filed a proposal making Solar unaffordable for most Utah households. We are grateful they have come to a resolution to support the Solar Industry here in Utah.

Read more about the changes and details here:

http://utsolar.org/solar-rates-rmp/