Paul Murphy

Local News Hour - January 20, 2017

Jan 20, 2017

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Rocky Mountain Power spokesman Paul Murphy about about Electric Avenue - a $4M grant to develop electric corridors on UT, WY and ID highways. Historic Park City Alliance director Michael Barille talks about how we did over the holidays and the impacts from Sundance and Sundance Programmer Hussain Currimbhoy, is in to talk about some of the films in the New Climate Program.

The Utah Public Service Commission has suspended Rocky Mountain Power's net metering proposal on the same day as the deadline for solar rooftop applications to be submitted in order to be grandfathered under the lower rate.  

The Local News Hour - November 3, 2016

Nov 3, 2016

On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Council member Kim Carson who has update us on yesterday’s meeting .Kathy Jo Pollock from U.S. Forest Service has details about sales of Christmas tree permits for Heber-Kamas Ranger District on Friday and Saturday. Paul Murphy from Rocky Mountain Power discusses the utility company’s Subscriber Solar program and how you can get involved and finally Author Trish Walker talks about her new book Oh, Honey, I'm Just Getting Started and book signing at Dolly's on Sunday.

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong about the County Fair, Epic Pass sales tax and transportation planning. Park City Teacher Heidi Matthews talks about her campaign as a candidate for President of the Utah Education Association and Paul Murphy and Chad Ambrose with Rocky Mountain Power explain why the utility company is asking the Public Service Commission for a surcharge on those with rooftop solar.

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On this episode of This Green Earth, host Chris Cherniak spoke with Matt Pacenza, Executive Director of HEAL Utah about the 2015 Utah State Legislative Session. Paul Murphy of Rocky Mountain Power also joined the show to talk about several of their environmental initiatives, including several Wattsmart programs.

This week Chris and guest co-host Larry Warren talk to Paul Murphy of Rocky Mountain Power abouttheir plans to build a 2 mega watt solar power plant in the southern part of the state.  An interesting development in light of the fact that Rocky Mountain Power stated just last year that they had no plans to develop new renewable energy systems over the next ten years.  Why the change?