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Rocky Mountain Power got some help from the Yale Crest neighborhood and several East High School students to replace trees that had grown into the safety zone under high-voltage power lines. Seven conifer trees were replaced on Earth Day with eight crabapple trees and one giant sequoia near the East High School football field in Salt Lake City.
It may be just a few shovels moving dirt but today’s groundbreaking for Rocky Mountain Power’s new Subscriber Solar program is also breaking new ground for solar power for customers. The 20-megawatt solar plant being constructed near Holden, Utah, will allow commercial and residential customers to purchase power from the sun even if they can’t afford to install solar panels or live in apartments or condos.