SCPW Solar Sign Up Form
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This information will be kept secure and will only be used by SCPW Solar to provide updates regarding the program and to connect you with your SCPW Solar-approved installer.
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Last Name: *
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Home phone number
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Please provide your address and some information about your home.
Street address: *
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City *
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What county do you live in? *
You must be a resident of Summit County or Wasatch County to participate in SCPW Solar. Want to know about future opportunities in your community? Contact
Do you own the home that you would like to put solar on? *
What material is your roof made out of? *
Approximately how old is your roof? *
How many kilowatt-hours of electricity does your home use annually? *
Rocky Mountain Power customers: Sign into your account at to download one recent Power Bill (pdf file) and your 12 Month Usage History (export as CSV file). Alternatively, your 12 Month kWh Usage History can be retrieved by calling 888-221-7070. Heber Light and Power customers : You can access your bill at or by calling (435-654-1581). Once you have your power bill (pdf file) and Usage History (csv file), please send it to to accelerate the process.
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Are you considering expanding an existing solar installation? *
If you answered yes to the previous question, was your solar system installed through a previous bulk purchase program (Summit Community Solar or Mountain Town Community Solar)? *
Do you live in a condo, townhome, or multi-story building? *
The process to install solar may be more complicated if you live in a building with multiple occupants. If you don't have your own roof space, or don't own your roof, you will need permission from your HOA or condo board to install solar.
Do you live in a historic district or a neighborhood governed by an HOA (or both)? *
If you live in a neighborhood governed by an HOA, what is the name of your HOA?
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Are you aware of any zoning regulations that pertain to residential solar in your neighborhood? If yes, please describe briefly.
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Do you have any obvious shading issues on the south, east, or west side of your roof (i.e. large trees, tall buildings or structures?) *
If you have shading issues, please describe:
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Do the available Google Maps satellite images of your home accurately reflect your home and surrounding landscaping? *
Want to check? Visit and click on the earth map in the lower left corner. Then enter your street address in the search box at the top of the page.
If NO, please describe any major changes that are not reflected on the Google Maps images (for example: we've cut down the large tree on the south side of our house; we've added an addition on the west side and have more available roofspace now, etc.)
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You're almost done! Let us know how you heard about SCPW Solar and what you know about us so far.
Have you attended a SCPW Solar workshop? *
How did you hear about SCPW Solar? *
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If you selected "Other," please specify:
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Once you have completed this survey, we will review the information you have provided. If we determine that your home appears eligible for solar, you will be contacted by the SCPW Solar-approved installer who will develop a solar proposal and coordinate a site visit at your home. Completion of this survey does not commit you to installing solar. If you’re not sure that you’re ready to complete the survey just yet, we’d like to work with you to answer your questions! Get in touch with us at
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Eligible homeowners who desire to participate in the Summit Community Power Works (SCPW) Solar Program will work directly with the selected installer to get a bid based on the size, location and energy use of their home. Homeowners who decide to install solar will contract directly with the installer - SCPW and Utah Clean Energy (UCE) will not be a party to the contract - and the panels will be installed on a first-come, first-served basis. Participating homeowners are solely responsible for negotiating and agreeing upon the terms of the contracts and related payment and financing arrangements. SCPW and UCE are not in a position to make, and do not make, any representations or guarantees about the installer or their work. Participating homeowners need to do their own due diligence and be satisfied that the installer can and will provide the homeowner with what the homeowner needs and expects. As a condition of participation in the SCPW Solar Program, and acknowledging SCPW and UCE's role as facilitators of the discount Program, all participating homeowners agree to release SCPW and UCE from, and agree that SCPW and UCE will not have any responsibility or liability for: (i) the work performed by an Installer, (ii) any payment or financing related to such work, and (iii) any claim that may arise in connection with any of the contracts between a homeowner and the installer. *All contest winners will be selected randomly (no purchase necessary)* To show that you have read and agree to the foregoing please [click “Accept”]
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