We welcome your interest in customer-generated electricity, also called distributed generation.
We want to make the process of connecting to our system easy to understand while protecting the safety, reliablity and operability of the electric grid.
Considering rooftop solar? Review these factors to consider before you sign a contract:
Net Metering and Incentives
If you have a smaller generation project in mind – typically up to 25 kW – a net meter is required.
Utah Solar Incentive Program
Most projects installed under our Utah Solar Incentive Program connect to our system through a net meter.
If you want to generate electricity from renewable or nonrenewable resources to cover a portion of your needs, but still want the reassurance that Rocky Mountain Power's system will be ready to serve, then a Partial Requirements agreement may be right for you.
If you are planning a larger generation project – greater than 25 kW – and plan to sell power to Rocky Mountain Power, information is available on qualifying facilities, grid connection requests and market-based incentives.