Industrial & Large Commercial
IMPORTANT! Rocky Mountain Power has filed an application with the Utah Public Service Commission to consolidate the existing commercial and industrial energy efficiency programs into a single program called, wattsmart Business. If approved by the Commission the effective date of the changes will be July 1, 2013.
The proposed changes will streamline the incentive process and - in most cases - increase the value of the incentives. View a summary of the planned changes and planned revisions to the incentive tables (PDF). If you have questions or need more information, please contact us.
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- Only 2 percent of the 30-year costs of a building are in its initial construction. Another 6 percent is expended on operations and maintenance and the remaining 92 percent are labor costs.
- In a typical office building, energy costs run about $2 per square foot while salaries and benefits are $130 per square foot or more. Even slight changes in productivity can have a large effect on the bottom line.