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Journalist for nearly a decade with keen interest in local energy policies for cities and national efforts to facilitate a renewable revolution. 

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Regional coordination has been good, regional planning could be great; however, the politics of energy involved in getting the spectrum of Western state on the same page is an uphill battle.

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Jim Stack on Dec 15, 2021

So how much will consumers save? It seems to only say it will keep power affordable not the consumer saves?

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But Utah leaders and PacifiCorp are a bit cautious over this proposal and say it will only make sense if it improves grid reliability and keeps rates low for consumers.

“The ultimate bottom line is that Utah has a good system that is affordable....

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