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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.


  • Golden Valley Natural and BYU-Idaho Honored For Saving Energy

    REXBURG, Idaho — The nation’s leading producer of natural and organic meat snacks is now being recognized as Idaho’s best company for conserving energy. Rocky Mountain Power is naming Golden Valley Natural as the 2016 wattsmart® Business Partner of the Year in Idaho for outstanding achievements and leadership in energy efficiency.

  • Five Ways to Beat the Heat

    PORTLAND, Ore. — With forecasts predicting triple-digit temperatures throughout the Northwest over the coming weekend, Pacific Power wants to remind customers to stay safe and use these tips to beat the heat, use less energy and save money.

  • Rocky Mountain Power Donation Helps Sage Grouse Habitat

    Since 2010, a group of partners have dedicated time, resources and dollars to enhancing habitat for sage grouse populations throughout the Intermountain West. Rocky Mountain Power is a partner in this Sage Grouse Initiative and again this spring donated $10,000 to help conserve Greater Sage-Grouse habitat. This year’s donation, along with that of sister company Pacific Power, brings to a total of $80,000 the company has contributed and combined with other funds from the Natural Resources Conservation Service and private landowners.

  • Governor Visits Rocky Mountain Power's Former Mine Site Turned Wind Farm

    CASPER, Wyo. — Governor Matt Mead today accompanied Rocky Mountain Power officials to the former site of the Dave Johnston coal mine to view the completed reclamation project and the current site of the Glenrock and Rolling Hills wind farms. While this 11-mile tract of land produced coal from 1958-2000 to generate electricity for customers, today the same land has been restored to its natural state and is producing energy using a renewable Wyoming resource – wind. The governor’s visit today signals the ultimate completion of reclamation efforts on the site.

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