Lower Bills in 2021 for Residents with Rocky Mountain Power
SALK LAKE CITY , Utah. — Rocky Mountain Power announced that customers will witness a .7 % decrease in their monthly electrical bills as of Jan. 1.
“In 2017, Rocky Mountain Power made a commitment to customers to keep rates flat for at least three years. This latest decision extends that commitment to keep bills low while still expanding access to clean, low-cost and sustainable energy for the customers and communities we serve,” Gary Hoogeveen, president and CEO of Rocky Mountain Power, said in a statement.
The company, which serves around 1.1 million customers in Utah, Wyoming and Idaho, said other changes this year include a new mechanism that will reduce the risk of wildfire and noticeable financial pay-offs from its long term investments in grid updates and renewable energy.