Based in Salt Lake City, Utah , we provide electric service to 1 million customers in Idaho, Utah and Wyoming.
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Rocky Mountain Power provides safe and reliable electric service to more than a million customers in Idaho, Utah and Wyoming. The company works to meet customers’ growing electricity needs while protecting and enhancing the environment.
Please give us a call at 1-800-611-1911 to submit your request, or try again later. We’re having some technical issues at the moment. Please give us a call at 1-800-611-1911 to submit your request, or try again later. First, we’ll need the address of where you’d like to report an outage .
Rocky Mountain Power offers a rebate for individuals who make the switch. Rebates for refrigerators are $100 and freezers are $50. Don’t forget to recycle your old refrigerator responsibly and earn cash at the same time. Rocky Mountain Power will pick up the old refrigerator , recycle it and give you $30.
Rocky Mountain Power is a division of PacifiCorp , which is already the largest regulated utility owner of wind power in the West. These projects will significantly increase the amount of renewable energy resources serving Rocky Mountain Power customers.
Launched in the spring of 2000, Blue Sky allows customers to match their energy usage with the purchase of renewable energy credits (RECs). It’s a simple way for participants to support new renewable energy in the West, above and beyond Rocky Mountain Power’s substantial and growing commitment to renewables.
States served by Rocky Mountain Power have some of lowest rates in the nation. The review below compares average rates from all investor-owned utilities in the U.S. including residential, commercial and industrial customers. Average retail rates by state ranged from 4.57 to 16.87 cents per kilowatt-hour.
Check, credit and debit card payments are accepted. Call 1-800-672-2403.
Rocky Mountain Power may require you to pay a security deposit . At any time, non-residential customers may be required to pay a security deposit to guarantee payment of electric bills, up to the amount of an estimated average 90 days of electricity use.
Most of Utah’s new electric generating capacity is powered by solar energy . In 2018, 66% of Utah’s electricity net generation came from coal, down from 81% five years earlier, and natural gas accounted for 16%. Almost all of the rest of Utah’s in-state electricity generation came from renewable energy .
Our Wattsmart Business program offers incentives and engineering support for oil and gas producers, transportation and refinery customers. To learn more, please call toll free at 1-844-328-2154 or email us.
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Most power outages will be over almost as soon as they begin, but some can last much longer – up to days or even weeks. Power outages are often caused by freezing rain, sleet storms and/or high winds which damage power lines and equipment. Cold snaps or heat waves can also overload the electric power system.