Rocky Mountain Power’s Blue Sky program participants turn holiday lights bright while staying green

Lander, WY Blue Sky Greenings

SALT LAKE CITY -  Holiday decorations throughout the Intermountain West shine a little brighter when they save energy and reduce their environmental impact during this festive time, thanks to Rocky Mountain Power’s Blue Sky program participants. With support from Blue Sky, Rocky Mountain Power communities are helping celebrate the season while illuminating the benefits of renewable energy by matching the electricity they use for lighting celebrations with emissions-free energy resources.

Local holiday celebrations in 15 Rocky Mountain Power communities – from Hogle Zoo’s festive decorations in Utah to the Christmas tree and lights adorning trees and buildings in Preston, Idaho, to the 100,000 lights adorning downtown Laramie, Wyoming – will have the power used by their local lighting celebrations matched with renewable energy.  Overall, community lighting programs are being supported with almost 197 megawatt hours of Blue Sky renewable energy.

“We’re happy to make the season a little brighter for the communities we’re proud to serve and that we’ve partnered with through Blue Sky for over two decades,” said, Stacey Davis manager of the Blue Sky program at Rocky Mountain Power. “With a growing commitment to renewable energy, we’re delighted to join these celebrations by making them more meaningful and sustainable across the region.”

Rocky Mountain Power customers can also celebrate the season by signing up to “green” their own homes and businesses year-round. Enrolling in the Blue Sky program is an easy way to support renewable energy generation in the region and can cost as little as $1.95 per month.

To enroll, call Rocky Mountain Power at 1-888-221-7070 or visit

Communities who are greening their holiday lighting displays this year include:


  • Farmington
  • Ogden
  • Mapleton
  • Moab
  • Park City
  • Roy
  • Salt Lake City
  • West Bountiful


  • Casper
  • Green River
  • Lander
  • Laramie


  • Preston

Find out more about how Rocky Mountain Power shares in the holiday season.