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SharedSolar ☀️

If you have ever been interested in rooftop solar but have never taken the plunge, this program is for you!


SharedSolar is a community solar option where residential customers can take advantage and lease solar panel blocks to generate solar onto the grid and get the benefits associated with it without expensive up-front capital or financing costs of installing rooftop solar panels.

By purchasing blocks of solar power, customers can claim that they are producing renewable energy and, in some cases, can reduce their actual energy costs to a lower-tiered rate.

Due to innovative thinking, hard work, and coordination, our customers can now take advantage of the high-capacity utility-grade solar panel infrastructure with higher efficiency than standard rooftop solar systems.


Provo Power has worked hard to update our power resource mix to include renewable energy and achieve a 60% non-carbon goal, where currently we are over 40%. The community-solar program adds to the resource mix and is a step to reducing our overall carbon footprint.


To find out more about the program, go to https://www.renewchoice.com/shared_solar/ and register for an individualized analysis on your account for how this program can benefit you.


*existing net-metered (solar) customers don't qualify

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Lauren Anderson
Lauren Anderson
Mar 15, 2022

Hopefully most of that 60% non-carbon goal is dispatchable power (nuclear or hydroelectric) otherwise we'll be in a heap of trouble when the wind doesn't blow and the sun doesn't shine. Other states (California) and countries (Germany) have run into this problem and buy electricity from other places to make up the difference, generated by--guess what?--fossil fuel power plants. Wind and solar work as supplemental power sources but cannot be primary sources because they are intermittent and unreliable. They work fine for home solar because we can (supposedly) rely on grid power when the sun doesn't shine.

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