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Is Utah's Golden Era Green?

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I maintain that the world moved from the purely Hydrocarbon Era to the Solar Hydrocarbon Era in 2020. This HE-2-SHE NRG Transition is affecting global culture. While it has been "A Man's World"...

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I was selling Solar when asked to contribute an article to a local business magazine, The Enterprise. This was the result.

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Matt Chester on Nov 12, 2020

It's been 8 years since you published this interesting article, Jamey-- I'm curious if you had to update it for today, would you talk about anything new? Did these 8 years play out like you expected them to in Utah? 

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Jamey Johnston on Nov 14, 2020

My attitude about Utah's policies towards solar and renewable is less than sublime. Utah's Public Service Commission and Rocky Mountain Power has recently sought to kneecap Utah's tsolar industry and I have had enough. I'm just one old person, but I'm hoping others will join in, especially women.

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