PacifiCorp is one of the West’s leading utilities. It operates as Pacific Power in Oregon, Washington and California; and as Rocky Mountain Power in Utah, Wyoming and Idaho. Balancing growing energy needs with costs and the environment is an ongoing focus for the company.
AMERICAN Fork, Utah – Rocky Mountain Power Vegetation Supervisor Dylan Evans has had a thing for trees since high school. After he graduated he jumped at the opportunity to be a contractor for Rocky Mountain Power to help clear trees for power lines. Ten years later his passion for pruning has brought him recognition as the Utah Community Forest Council’s 2013 Arborist of the Year.
CASPER, Wyo - Rocky Mountain Power is requesting a price change to occur in January 2015 to support the growing costs of serving its Wyoming customers. If approved by the Wyoming Public Service Commission, prices would increase by an overall average of 5.3 percent beginning next year.
SANDY, Utah - Home improvement is about more than glistening countertops and fresh paint. Come talk to the experts from Rocky Mountain Power and learn how you can turn your house into a wattsmart home that’s big on comfort and low on energy costs. It’s all happening at the Salt Lake Tribune Home and Garden Festival, March 7-9 at the South Towne Expo Center in Sandy.
BOISE, Idaho – The risk of a power outage in southeast Idaho has declined significantly now that critical construction has been completed at a Rocky Mountain Power substation near Firth, Idaho. The upgrades at the Goshen substation were completed on February 23 – two weeks ahead of schedule.The work improved the stability of the transmission system but had the potential to increase the risk of a power outage while it was being done.
Energy Imbalance Market
PacifiCorp and the California Independent System Operator have agreed to work toward creating a real-time energy imbalance market by October 2014. Learn more »