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Utah Public Radio has partnered with The Salt Lake Tribune and American Public Media to create the Utah Public Insight Network (UPIN) -- a database of people whose one-of-a-kind experiences, ideas and expertise can help us better report and tell stories that matter.UPR listeners can add their voices to future stories and drive news coverage by becoming part of our UPIN source network and answering questions -- via email or here on upr.org -- about topics that affect Utahns. Your information will never be used for marketing or fundraising purposes, and we will never quote you without first getting your explicit permission.Join UPIN or Answer a Query Below.

UPIN Asks: What are your options with renewable technology in Utah?

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Renewable energy is gaining momentum across the country. But in rural Utah, with limited resources, what are your options? We’ve read about windmills, we’ve heard about solar panels, but we might not know how to utilize them ourselves. Utah Public Radio wants to know - do you have questions? Are you interested in converting to renewable energy, but need direction? Do you have questions so specific to your situation that you can’t find answers on Google?  

Submit a question about renewable energy in Utah, or share an experience.

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Click the link above, become a source with the Utah Public Insight Network and tell UPR what you want to know about renewable technology in Utah.

The Utah Public Insight Network is UPR’s way of giving you a say. Become a source today by going to UPR.org or stop by our booth 6 o’clock Wednesday, February 17th, at the Logan City Hall.