UTAH Rocky Mountain Power newsletter submission November 2016 – Honk if you love electric vehicles


More electric vehicles could be quietly whizzing down our roads because of efforts underway by Rocky Mountain Power.

With community partners, we’ve applied for a $4 million federal grant to place electric vehicle chargers along 1,500 miles of highway in our service area. The grant would also provide incentives to convert business cars to electric vehicles, and fund other electric transportation.

The U.S. Department of Energy is scheduled to announce grant recipients in January.

In addition, we recently submitted a plan to Utah regulators that will create incentives for EV charging infrastructure in the state.

“We’re committed to being part of the solution to improve air quality in the states we serve,” said Cindy Crane, Rocky Mountain Power president and CEO. “Right now motor vehicles are creating the most emissions in urban areas. Electric vehicles could help reduce vehicle pollution.”

If you are considering an electric vehicle, we have resources to help at rockymountainpower.net/ev.


Blue Sky funding now available

Applications for 2017 projects are being accepted through December 15, 2016.

For more than 16 years, Rocky Mountain Power’s Blue Sky customers have made a difference by supporting renewable energy in the western region. Since 2006, Blue Sky customers have helped fund 128 new community-based renewable energy projects in Rocky Mountain Power communities throughout Utah, Wyoming and Idaho. These projects generate electricity and provide educational opportunities.

Rocky Mountain Power is now accepting applications from organizations seeking funding for community-based renewable energy projects. If you have a renewable energy project that provides environmental, economic and educational benefits to your community, consider applying for Blue Sky funding!Applications will be accepted until December 15. Learn more at rockymountainpower.net/blueskyfunds.

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