Choose Clean, Renewable Energy with Provo Power’s SharedSolar Program!

Introducing SharedSolar – the perfect solution for homeowners and renters who want to benefit from solar power without the ability or the hassle of installing and maintaining their own solar panels. With our community solar project, you can enjoy the perks of clean energy without the inconvenience.

How It Works

Our SharedSolar program is simple and hassle-free. Here’s how it works:

Our solar project generates electricity during the day from the sun and delivers it to the power grid, where the utility is credited with the specific energy allocation based on customer participation.

Subscribing is easy – Our customers can subscribe for 1 kilowatt (kw) blocks that generate 200-kilowatt-hours (kwh) of energy. An average-size home uses about 750 kwh per month, so you’ll have the power to purchase blocks depending on your needs. And the best part? You can keep your subscriptions for up to 20 years and transfer them within our service territory if you move. 

Benefits of SharedSolar

Reduce your energy bills by joining our shared solar program.

Enjoy clean energy without having to install solar panels on your roof.

Lock in your energy price for as long as you use shared solar.

Contribute to a more sustainable future for your family and our community.

Join Us Today And Take Control Of Your Energy Future!

Join the hundreds of satisfied Provo residents who are enjoying the benefits of shared solar. Click on the button below and fill out your information to start your journey to a more sustainable and cost-effective energy solution. Please allow up to three business days for a representative from your city utility to get in contact with you where they’ll help analyze your account and answer any questions.

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City Representatives

City Representative Phone Email
Provo Kat Linford 801-852-6886
Salem Adam Clements 801-851-0887
Spanish Fork Cindy Stone 801-804-4506

Not in a UMPA city?

Rocky Mountain Power offers a similar program. Check it out and help clean the air: Utah Subscriber Solar Program