Capitalizing on the opportunities to bring renewable energy projects into the rural counties of Utah creates jobs and expands the local economies. The west desert provides a unique mix of new energy generation along with traditional sources such as coal-fired power. If the coal-fired power plant and transmission lines weren’t in place there wouldn’t be a way for renewable energy companies to tie into that infrastructure. This makes renewable projects in the area more viable, because companies don’t have to invest in transmission lines.
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