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.
SALT LAKE CITY — Rocky Mountain Power’s Blue Sky program is now accepting funding applications for renewable energy projects. Funding is available to help cover the capital cost of installing new wind, solar, wave, low-emissions biomass, certified low-impact hydro, pipeline or irrigation canal hydropower and geothermal systems.
PORTLAND, Ore. — For more than a decade, Pacific Power's Blue Sky customers have made a big difference on the green power map by personally choosing to support renewable energy. This includes helping put nearly 80 new community-based renewable energy projects on the ground, rooftops and public facilities in Oregon, Washington and California – projects that add more than 6.8 megawatts of renewable power capacity to the grid.
ARIEL, Wash. — Making online reservations for the most popular sites in PacifiCorp’s Lewis River Recreation area in southwest Washington goes live at 9 a.m. on Sunday, March 1. Available will be all campsites at Cresap Bay and Cougar campgrounds, and the A-Loop of Beaver Bay campground.
Rocky Mountain Power reminds customers Lend A Hand envelopes are included in their February electric statements. These envelopes provide a convenient way to help neighbors in need. In addition, Rocky Mountain Power will match customer donations with $2 for every $1 donated.
Energy Imbalance Market
PacifiCorp and the California Independent System Operator created a real-time energy imbalance market. More