Rocky Mountain Power and Renewable Energy for All

Rocky Mountain Power has been leading the way on renewable energy to allow all Utahns to benefit from it at work and at home.

Here’s how:

  • As the No. 3 utility in the nation for bringing the most solar energy to the grid in 2016, named by Smart Electric Power Alliance.
  • As the second largest rate-regulated utility owner of wind resources in the nation.
  • By connecting Utahns to more than 3.3 million solar panels by the end of 2017.

Through these efforts, we’re bringing Utah energy from:

Renewable Energy Choices for Customers

Rocky Mountain Power’s renewable energy programs are designed to connect you to the renewable energy of the future.

Subscriber Solar

Rocky Mountain Power’s new Subscriber Solar program makes it easy for you to use solar energy without having to install rooftop solar panels. It’s a simple, cost‐effective way to support a more sustainable Utah and enjoy the benefits of solar energy with no rooftop required.

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See the Solar Plant

See what Rocky Mountain Power’s solar plant actually looks like and get your own personalized solar panel.

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Blue Sky Renewable Energy

For more than a decade, our Blue Sky Renewable Energy program has expanded the amount of renewable energy available in Utah’s power grid.

Blue Sky has supported more than 100 renewable energy community projects since the program’s inception in 2006.

Subscribing to one year of Blue Sky is equivalent to:


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Renewable energy option for businesses

Now offering a renewable energy option for Utah businesses. By selecting this option, Rocky Mountain Power will build or purchase a custom renewable energy solution for large businesses.

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Rocky Mountain Power is part of the Berkshire Hathaway Energy family of companies, and collectively we have pledged to be leaders in renewable energy. Our commitment so far has allowed us to:

  • Own 7% of all wind generation power in the US.
  • Produce 1,300 megawatts of solar capacity
  • Build two of the largest solar photovoltaic projects in the world
  • Oversee 10 plants in southern California’s Imperial Valley that produce electricity from naturally occurring steam