Are you interested in installing solar panels or using other technologies to generate your own power? We can help.
For smaller generation projects – typically up to 25 kW – a net meter is required. A net meter measures the difference between the electricity from the utility used by the customer and the electricity generated and provided back to the utility.
Net metering requirements can be found in our net metering tariffs (see the link below for the requirements in your state). Once the renewable generator is installed and approved to code, a net metering agreement is signed and a new meter is installed.
Utah Solar Incentive Program
Rocky Mountain Power’s Utah Solar Incentive Program (USIP) has been expanded through 2017 by the Utah Public Service Commission. The program helps ease the cost of going solar.
Customer generation & qualifying facilities
For larger generation projects – greater than 25 kW – please find information on qualifying facilities, grid connection requests and market-based incentives.
- Company-qualified facilities
- Grid interconnection requests
- Company Request for Proposals for new generation
- Market-based incentives
wattsmart energy efficiency programs
Energy efficiency is the most cost-effective resource available, so it's a great idea to maximize your facility's efficiency before you install a solar system. We offer cash incentives to help you be wattsmart to save both energy and money.