Our planet, our community,

our home

In honor of Earth Day, we join with our communities to celebrate and care for the planet we all share. 

Energy innovation

See how Rocky Mountain Power is working to create a brighter, cleaner future.

Electric cars
Renewable energy

Safety & security

Take precautions to stay safe and protect your personal information. 

STORM & OUTAGE PREPAREDNESS
Beware of scams

Building & construction

Find resources to help with your new home, business or construction project.

BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS
ELECTRIC SERVICE REQUIREMENTS

Get help with bills

When it comes to flexible options to help you take control of your bills, you can count on us. 

Manage your properties with ease

Use our new Property Manager Portal to review your properties and manage your energy services in one place.

Powering your greatness

Visit PoweringGreatness.com

Investing in tomorrow's workforce

By helping students explore science, technology, engineering, arts and math, our partnerships with organizations are sparking lifelong learning.

Helping you go anywhere

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.

Building a bright future for Wyoming

Wyoming is shaping our energy future. We’re making investments to strengthen communities and lay the foundation for continued growth.

The power of community

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.

Latest news

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  • Rocky Mountain Power seeks rate decrease for Wyoming customers

    Rocky Mountain Power has requested the Wyoming Public Service Commission review and approve a decrease to customer bills totaling $15 million, or 2.4 percent. If approved, the average residential customer, using 660 kilowatt-hours per month, will see an annual decrease of approximately $16.

  • Price decrease proposed for Idaho customers

    Rocky Mountain Power proposes a 1.1% decrease overall for Idaho customers in its 2021 annual energy cost adjustment. Typical residential customers using 800 kilowatt-hours per month would see a decrease of approximately $9.00 on their annual electricity bill.