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.
Pacific Power Seeks to Pay Off Coal Plant Investments More Quickly to Reduce Customer Risk, Increase Flexibility
YAKIMA, Wash. — Pacific Power is seeking permission from state regulators to accelerate paying off the company’s share of the coal-fired power plants that supply its Washington customers with about 45 percent of their power needs. Doing so will provide more flexibility for customers as the company continues to work through the transition from coal-fired generation to cleaner energy resources.
HENEFER, Utah — Rocky Mountain Power today installed new nesting platforms near Henefer, Utah to serve as a new, safe home to entice herons back to the area where they historically have nested.
SALT LAKE CITY — Rocky Mountain Power’s refrigerator recycling program is currently unavailable after the appliance recycler gave notice it is going out of business. The popular “See ya later, refrigerator” program picked up old refrigerators and freezers for recycling and offered cash incentives to customers in Utah, Wyoming and Idaho.
MONTICELLO, Utah — Rocky Mountain Power’s Pinto substation outside Monticello just became home to the largest phase-shifting power transformer in the United States – the second largest in the world. Once fully assembled and on-line, the unit will weigh approximately 2.5 million pounds.
Our Climate Pledge
As part of Berkshire Hathaway Energy, we’re the first energy company to commit to the American Business Act on Climate Pledge. Learn more
Energy Imbalance Market
PacifiCorp and the California Independent System Operator created a real-time energy imbalance market. More