Utah Clean Energy

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In true marathon spirit, IREC has had its running shoes on this spring, hitting conferences and meetings on all sides of the country. These events have been most fruitful and rewarding – well worth the long TSA lines and full planes. Having face-to-face time with many colleagues has given us new insights to make our work more meaningful.

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Utah Enacts Net Metering Legislation, Avoiding Customer Penalties

Source: IREC On March 25th, Utah Governor Gary Herbert signed Senate Bill 208 into law, which makes minimal changes to Utah’s grade-A net metering policy. As originally introduced, the bill contained language referencing cost-shifting among customer classes, mandated a fee

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Solar, a new family value; Utah Clean Energy’s billboard campaign

by Jane Pulaski Energy management graduates, Salt Palace Solar, “A’s” on national solar report card for net metering and interconnection practices, solar billboards—all in sunny Salt Lake City (SLC). It was one of those stunningly gorgeous December mornings in Salt

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New solar policies and programs jumpstart Utah’s solar market

Salt Lake City was the site for the 3rd Solar America Cities (SAC) gathering last month where Solar Salt Lake was the  recipient of SAC’s Barrier Buster Award for its efforts to improve Utah’s net metering rules.  Congratulations.  According to

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