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March is a vital month for Utah Clean Energy!

Through March 1 - 30, we participate in Love Utah Give Utah, a statewide giving campaign that culminates into an amazing 24-hours of philanthropy on March 30th. Love Utah Give Utah is a chance to raise needed funds, meet new supporters and spread the word about how we can work together to clean our air, water and safeguard our climate.

Through Love UT, Give UT, Small Gifts Make a Big Impact
Utah Clean Energy is one hundreds of nonprofits working to keep Utah a wonderful place to live, work, and play. Part of the fun for Love Utah Give Utah is the friendly competition amongst Utah’s nonprofits working to recruit the highest number of “unique donations” through Love Utah Give Utah. Every $10 donations helps Utah Clean Energy get on the “Leader Board” which not only helps spread the word about our work, but puts us in the running for some amazing prize money!

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Rooftop Solar Workshops for Municipal Utilities

Utilities across the country are grappling with a changing energy landscape as new technologies, including rooftop solar, change the way customers interact with the grid. Utah Clean Energy is working with The Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP)®, a leading expert on the evolution of the power sector, to lead a series of workshops to help municipal utilities and local policymakers understand and address the growth of rooftop solar technologies. Workshops are open to all municipal power and local government representative and are free to attend.

Please RSVP for each workshop:



Each workshop will begin with a presentation from RAP focused on a specific topic, including the grid impacts of distributed solar (April 13), solar valuation and cost/benefit analyses (May 11), and rate design alternatives to net metering (June 15). The remainder of the time will be available for questions and discussion. These targeted workshops will offer municipal utilities and local government officials in Utah an opportunity to exchange ideas, engage in group problem solving, and gather lessons learned from other states. Municipal representatives can expect to build upon their knowledge and toolset to evaluate net metering programs, consider alternative rate designs for rooftop solar, and create policies that are fair for all customers and designed to keep utility costs low in the long term.


The Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP)® is an independent, non-partisan, non-governmental organization dedicated to accelerating the transition to a clean, reliable, and efficient energy future.

We are former utility and environmental regulators, industry executives, system operators, and other policymakers and officials with extensive experience in the power sector.

RAP’s global team has first-hand knowledge of the constraints and challenges policymakers face. Building on peer-to-peer relationships, RAP helps energy and air quality regulators and NGOs navigate the complexities of power sector policy, regulation, and markets. Policymakers and other stakeholders depend on RAP staff for reliable and relevant information and assistance.


Workshop #1: Grid Impacts of Distributed Solar

Date & Time:             April 13, 1PM – 5PM

Location:                   Provo Power

                                   251 West, 800 North

                                    Provo, UT 84601



Workshop #2: Solar Valuation and Cost/Benefit Analyses

Date & Time:            May 11, 1PM – 5PM

Location:                  Kaysville (tentative)



Workshop #3: Rate Design & Solar

Date & Time:            June 15, 1PM – 2:30PM

Location:                  Webinar


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The U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative is a collaborative national effort that aggressively drives innovation to make solar energy fully cost-competitive with traditional energy sources before the end of the decade. Through SunShot, the Energy Department supports efforts by private companies, universities, and national laboratories to drive down the cost of solar electricity to $0.06 per kilowatt-hour. Learn more at

Solar Summit 2017

May 16-18, 2017

Scottsdale, AZ

Celebrating its 10th anniversary! With three days of packed networking opportunities and top market intelligence, this conference is the premier event for defining industry needs and creating new business opportunities. Solar Summit will kick off on May 16th with Folsom Labs for Solar Software Summit - a full day dedicated to the growing solar software ecosystem. The following two days will dive deep into helping attendees navigate the challenges in the solar market.

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2017 themes will include:

  • The value of solar + storage
  • Balance of systems
  • Solar’s future in Central America
  • The evolution of the PV module
  • Dynamics in the U.S. solar market
  • And more!

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