Rocky Mountain Power Subscriber Solar Customers Invited to Leave Their Mark

August 10, 2017


SALT LAKE CITY — Subscriber Solar customers can now leave their mark on the solar panels working to provide them with clean energy.

Over the next couple weeks Rocky Mountain Power is inviting its Subscriber Solar customers to digitally sign their solar panels, which reside in an 81,000-panel solar plant in Millard County. Customers can also visit the new website, upload a photo or their business logo, view each other’s signatures, and see exactly how much solar energy is being produced at the plant.

“Subscriber Solar allowed Salt Lake City to quickly and efficiently take a major step forward on our renewable energy goals,” said Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski. “We’re now very excited about the new website and how this resource shares project information and a sense of ownership for those participating in the program.”   

The Subscriber Solar program gives customers the option to use solar if they rent their property, cannot or do not want to install solar or have roofs that are not suitable for solar panels. More than 2,500 residential, commercial and community customers have subscribed.

“After signing up for the program I realized much of the benefit without the expense or the look of solar panels and still feel like I’m doing my part to prevent global warming,” said Kim Kendall, a Subscriber Solar residential customer. “By far it is the fastest and most cost-effective way to migrate to alternative energy.”

“Subscriber Solar has allowed our 14-year yoga studio to make a direct impact on our local and regional community by generating our energy from the sun daily,” said Alex Wheeler, owner of Mountain Yoga. “We strive to do our part, acting locally, improving globally.”

Customers can view the solar plant, see the newly-signed panels and monitor the energy being produced by visiting the new Subscriber Solar website.

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