ARE supports and works in partnership with Wyoming Solar Energy Association. To find an installer in your area, visit their website at wyseassociation.com
Wyoming continues to consider changes to our net metering policy which is what governs the ability for rooftop solar owners to hook their system up to the grid and receive a fair payback for excess energy produced. ARE will continue to track attempts at legislation to hurt current or future solar owners, and ARE supports policy that encourages the growth of the Wyoming solar industry. Learn more here.
ARE continues to advocate for updating and modernizing Wyoming’s solar laws to allow for programs like Community Solar which allow community members to purchase a share of a installation to apply to their electricity bill.
As ratepayers of Rocky Mountain Power, a subsidiary of Pacificorp, we support our utility’s decision to transition some of it’s electricity producing fleet to renewable energy to provide the lowest cost energy to Wyoming people. To learn more about Pacificorp’s 20 year Integrated Resource Plan, view it here.
University of Wyoming's Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources has worked hand in hand with the City of Laramie and Alliance for Renewable Energy to create both Laramie's Municipal and Community-Wide baseline inventory through the Spring Sustainability Course.
Laramie's City Manger's Office, City Council, and the Environmental Advisory Committee have committed much time, work and expertise in leading Laramie on a path of sustainability. We thank them for their partnership, collaboration and being a leader in the state of Wyoming.
Alliance for Renewable Energy in Laramie is fully affiliated with Powder River Basin Resource Council and operates under the organization's 501c3 non-profit tax exempt status. All donations for ARE are submitted through Powder River Basin Resource Council and earmarked for ARE.