Frequently Asked Questions

Energy Project Manager Co-funding may be a good fit for your business.

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Who is eligible?

Our commercial, industrial and agricultural customers in Idaho with electric service on rate schedules 6, 6A, 7, 7A, 9, 10, 12, 19, 23, 23A, 24, 35 and 35A.

Who selects the Energy Project Manager?

You do.

  • The Energy Project Manager is an employee or direct contractor of the customer and not an employee or contractor of Rocky Mountain Power.
  • The Energy Project Manager is always a specific person and is not a pool of labor without an individual in the role.
  • Determining the full scope of the duties related to the Energy Project Manager is the responsibility of the customer, but Energy Project Manager Co-funding is solely attributable to the electrical energy efficiency work.
  • The Energy Project Manager will manage electrical energy efficiency that deliver on your energy-savings goal. These savings must be verified through Rocky Mountain Power’s wattsmart Business program.
What if energy savings goal is missed?

If savings targets are not achieved, the final Energy Project Manager co-funding payment is based on documented results. You may have an obligation to repay any overpayments of initial funding based on the final results.

What is the term of the Energy Project Manager agreement?

The initial term is one year.

What documentation is needed for the Energy Project Manager annual cost?

Provide a letter from human resources or accounting department stating the base annual salary plus benefits. These costs are subject to approval by Rocky Mountain Power.

Can my Energy Project Manager be responsible for more than one of my locations?


What if my Energy Project Manager leaves or otherwise needs to be replaced?

You may replace the Energy Project Manager; however, you must inform us in writing, within 30 days of replacement, and the replacement Energy Project Manager must meet the requirements of our agreement.

You cannot alter the agreed upon salary during the term of the offer.

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