Rocky Mountain Power’s Home Energy Savings Program

by UtahAppliances



Save energy and money when you participate in Rocky Mountain Power’s Home Energy Savings program.  You can improve the comfort of your home and receive cash incentives when you make simple upgrades. Not only will you save money, but you help reduce the demand for energy in the region.

Residential electric customers residing in the state of Utah who purchase their electricity from Rocky Mountain Power on rate schedules 2 or 18.

1-800-942-0266 or rockymountainpower.net/hes

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Bob December 7, 2012 at 1:43 pm

Is there rocky mountain power rebates for a new 95% efficient furnace installed in my old home. The whole house runs on propane.

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Paul Lippert March 31, 2014 at 9:54 pm

I recently got a letter stating I was 9 days late for a rebate on a new dishwasher.
I had problems get access to a printer for the form necessary. Since you could not allow my rebate, I have canceled my 2 blocks of blue sky that I have paid for years. You can hand out grants to others out of blue sky, which I thought was for purchasing wind or solar power sources. But I lose out because of 9 days, great work, so now you lose out on the $46.80 a year I gave to Blue Sky.
Totally disappointed costumer.

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glen holmes July 21, 2014 at 7:20 pm

bought a Durango 4,500 CFM Evaporative window, we sent the application for a $300.00 incentive rebate 3 weeks or more. can you tell me if is been process?

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Dennis Furgeson July 24, 2014 at 11:04 pm

Concerning Application ID: A437201 We have been very frustrated with the home energy rebate program. Its been months and no resolution. Contractor did not summit to RMP in a timely matter and didn’t summit all the required information they require. RMP sent us request for this information which we promptly returned. Three weeks later a second request arrives. So we tried to summit information online but cannot get the link. We will try the mail again and hope for the best .Best advice is to confront your contractor early on. Once they have your check they have no incentive

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