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By helping students explore science, technology, engineering, arts and math, our partnerships with organizations are sparking lifelong learning.
We’re teaming up with others to help electric vehicle owners go farther than ever before with new electric vehicle charging stations across the West.
Wyoming is shaping our energy future. We’re making investments to strengthen communities and lay the foundation for continued growth.
The greatness in our communities lies in their generosity and support for others. That’s why we’ve donated $311,500 to local nonprofits to help further their positive impact.
Rocky Mountain Power customers in Utah will see their electric bills go down an average of approximately 0.7% beginning in January 2021. The lower bills are the result of decisions by the Utah Public Service Commission following a rigorous regulatory review of the company’s application filed earlier in the year, along with refunds associated with federal tax law changes.
As winter settles into communities throughout the region, ending a year that has brought challenges like no other, it’s the arts and humanities programs that continue to provide needed connection and healing. To support these programs' ongoing efforts, PacifiCorp Foundation, a nonprofit arm of Rocky Mountain Power, is donating more than $200,000 in new funding across the six states it serves to support the arts and humanities – along with continued needs by organizations on the frontlines of the COVID-19 response.