Rates & Regulation

We are regulated by the public utilities commission for each state in which we operate, as well as the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

State public utility commissions regulate:

  • prices charged to retail customers
  • standards to ensure safety and reliability of product
  • boundaries of service area
  • bookkeeping methods
  • matters relating to financial reorganization
  • proposed purchases, sales or change in status of property
  • company mergers

Regulatory Documentation

Rocky Mountain Power and each states' utility commission have prepared a summary of rights and responsibilities for residential and business customers.

Learn more below and find approved tariffs, filings and testimony, and other regulatory documents for your state:

Regulatory Agencies

Idaho Public Utilities Commission

Utah Public Service Commission

Wyoming Public Service Commission

In addition, PacifiCorp's wholesale and transmission business is regulated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

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We work to keep prices down by lowering operating costs and improving how we do business. See how rates compare across the nation for your customer group: 

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