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Published: Saturday, July 12 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT

Updated: Friday, July 11 2014 8:11 p.m. MDT

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Roland Kayser
Cottonwood Heights, UT

After spending decades telling us that solar power is too expensive and will never be feasible, dirty energy companies suddenly discover that solar power is now cost competitive with their energy sources. This has them scared, so they run to our politicians in an attempt to quash any competition to their power monopoly. Free enterprise at its best.

FreedomFighter41
Provo, UT

It's obvious that RMP has an agenda set against green energy.

Why doesn't our legislature look into this? Has dirty energy bought off this AG too?

Forgive me if I don't exactly trust in our AG. They haven't done anything to restore credibility IMO. And to see such blatant manipulating of the market to punish solar panel users... It's very concerning to say the least

Irony Guy
Bountiful, Utah

My son in Phoenix has solar panels on his house, as do all his neighbors. His energy bill is zero. The great Solana thermo-solar plant near Phoenix will soon power half the city.
Meanwhile, here in pokey li'l Utah, we choke on our own smoke.

ugottabkidn
Sandy, UT

This discussion is indicative where American ingenuity has gone. We were once the leader but now we are the straggler that has to be pulled to the obvious path. We are now forced to follow Germany for their leadership in an environment much less favorable to solar and China cwhose situation has shown us that a communist country can be better capitalists than the pioneer.

Swiss
Price, Utah

Yes at the same time that Rocky Mountain power is busting the Union at Deer Creek Mine it is also trying to keep solar at Bay. Maybe we should have kept Scottish Power who were not so anti Utah.
Thank you Mr. Warren Buffet for showing us your true color, green and green alone.

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