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May 25, 2016

Powering Utah's energy future

Changes are ahead for the energy industry in Utah and across the country. Rocky Mountain Power joined local officials and industry leaders to discuss the opportunities and issues at the fifth annual Governor's Utah Energy Development Summit.

Cindy Crane, president and CEO of Rocky Mountain Power, participates in the panel discussion.

Our President and CEO Cindy Crane took part in a panel discussion about leadership through energy transitions. Crane also addressed the conference, reminding the audience that our customers are the top priority as the industry transforms. Our aim is to keep prices low, reliability high and offer more renewable choices, she said.

Delivering innovative solutions

We've delivered safe, reliable electricity to Utah for more than a century. And by managing our costs, Utah’s electricity prices are among the lowest in the nation – providing a competitive advantage that helps businesses and our economy.

We're working to move with Utah to a sustainable energy future that includes increased use of solar, wind and other renewable resources, and provides customers with an evolving array of options to meet their energy needs.

Excellence in Energy Awards

We were honored to receive the Energy Community Leader of the Year award for our energy efficiency, renewable energy, air quality and other environmental programs.

We also extend congratulations to Houweling's Tomatoes for being recognized as Energy Innovator of the Year for using heat and CO2 from our Currant Creek Plant to grow exceptional tomatoes in a 28-acre greenhouse in Juab County. Learn more »

Cindy Crane, Rocky Mountain Power president and CEO, accepts the Energy Community Leader of the Year award from Gov. Herbert and Utah Energy Policy Advisor Laura Nelson.Cindy Crane, Rocky Mountain Power president and CEO, accepts the Energy Community Leader of the Year award from Gov. Herbert and Utah Energy Policy Advisor Laura Nelson.

                            

Casey Houweling, owner of Houweling’s Tomatoes, is pictured here with Cindy Crane. Houweling's Tomatoes was honored with the Energy Innovator of the Year award.Casey Houweling, owner of Houweling’s Tomatoes, is pictured here with Cindy Crane. Houweling's Tomatoes was honored with the Energy Innovator of the Year award.

                                  

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