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Rocky Mountain Power Wants to Help Fund Small Renewable Energy Projects

The Salt Lake Tribune

Rocky Mountain Power is looking for Utah organizations that would like a little help making their dreams of establishing renewable energy projects a reality.

The power company said it is accepting applications to fund small, community-based solar, wind and low-impact hydro-electric projects under its Blue Sky renewable energy program.

Under that program, consumers pay a premium on their monthly bill - $1.95 for each 100 kilowatt-hour block of Blue Sky energy they buy — for the promise that the utility will ensure that a similar quantity of electricity generated from wind farms and other renewable resources goes onto the regional power grid.

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