We take the safety and well-being of our customers, communities and employees seriously. In response to COVID-19, we are focusing on safety and service.
We understand the uncertainties our customers are facing. To help, we offer you flexible options and energy assistance resources.
Remember to call 811 before you plant a tree, dig holes for fence posts or install underground sprinklers.
By helping students explore science, technology, engineering and math, our partnerships with organizations are sparking lifelong learning.
When Intermountain Healthcare wanted to lower energy costs at their McKay-Dee Hospital, they turned to Rocky Mountain Power’s Wattsmart Business program.
At Rocky Mountain Power, we’re committed to keeping our communities strong and safe places to live and work.
Community organizations and business leaders are coming together to transform the way we get around.
With wildfire season already underway in parts of the West, Rocky Mountain Power is adding new safety measures and system enhancements to continue to help protect the communities it serves while providing safe, reliable power.
When the Mobile Food Pantry program was suspended last month due to the pandemic, the Utah Food Bank turned to Granite Education Foundation for assistance to distribute within the Granite School District community.