SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) — Rocky Mountain Power has announced it will issue a $14.5 million refund to current customers who received a surcharge for “energy efficiency” during 2018.
According to a press release, the average customer will get a one-time service credit for $7.30 and will see the surcharge rate decrease from 3.66 percent down to 3.54 percent.
Rocky Mountain Power says it found new ways to reach power efficiency along its power grid as well as increased adoption in energy-saving measures that have helped decrease the cost of the surcharge to its residential and business customers.
The power company continues to refer households to review their energy usage and invest in energy efficient appliances and to consider remodeling homes with improved insulation like energy efficient windows.
If you would like to learn about the programs Rocky Mountain Power offers including assistance for low-income customers you can visit RockyMountainPower.net.