Christian Center of Park City Gives Thanks for Cost-saving Solar Project

November 20, 2018

PARK CITY, Utah — Today the Christian Center of Park City gave thanks to Blue Sky customers who paved the way for a renewable energy project that will expand their impact on the community.

The new 81-panel solar array, which will offset the center’s energy usage by 36 percent, was made possible by a $44,000 grant from Blue Sky customers.

CCPC, a humanitarian community resource center that helps improve the lives of people and communities through meeting immediate and basic needs, serves as a leading networker of community resources and offers counseling and care support. The organization is expected to save more than $3,000 per year in energy costs.

“That money can be redirected to offer new learning kitchen opportunities for our food pantry clients, mental wellness services through our counseling center, and winter clothes, jackets and gear for local low-income kids,” said Rob Harter, executive director of CCPC. “Blue Sky customers have played a part in enabling us to do more for our community, and we are thankful.”

This marks the Blue Sky program’s 145th project, and 17th project in Park City. Since 2006, Blue Sky has provided more than $10 million in funding to community-based renewable energy projects.

“Organizations like CCPC play a crucial role in our community,” said Gary Hoogeveen, president of Rocky Mountain Power. “We are grateful to Blue Sky customers for supporting renewable energy generation while making these projects possible.”

More information about the Blue Sky program is available at

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