The energy services industry is changing, and we in turn must continue to set the bar higher so that we continue to deliver reliable energy services for our customers.
Strengthening the electric grid is important for developing renewable energy and maintaining the reliability of service.
Sustainability is inherent in our company’s vision and core principles.
Approximately a quarter of our generating capacity comes from renewable and noncarbon sources.
We are dedicated to preventing, recycling and managing wastes.
Our high-quality, diversified portfolio of assets is an essential component of keeping our business sustainable. The significant geographic, regulatory and resource diversity of our portfolio helps us create value and manage risk.
To be the best energy company in serving our customers, while delivering sustainable energy solutions.
Our core principles define our values and our vision – today and for the next 100 years.
This team consists of leaders at the Berkshire Hathaway Energy level as well as those who head up each of our businesses. While each business operates autonomously, our vision, culture and principles are shared.
We are excellent stewards of our substantial financial resources. Backed by Berkshire Hathaway, we invest in hard assets and focus on long-term opportunities that will contribute to the future strength of the company.
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SALT LAKE CITY (Oct. 3, 2019) – PacifiCorp today released a draft of its long-term energy plan that continues investments in new wind generation and transmission, while adding significant new solar and storage resources. The plan, which is the result of a comprehensive data analysis and stakeholder input process, demonstrates the company’s adoption of additional lower-cost renewable resources to meet customer needs and support...
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission last week voted to issue a notice of proposed rulemaking to revisit its rules and regulations implementing the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978. Berkshire Hathaway Energy supports the proposed rulemaking to modernize PURPA, as policy revisions will allow the company to provide additional value to its customers.
“We appreciate Chairman Chatterjee’s leadership and the th...
PacifiCorp has acquired sole ownership of the Foote Creek I wind generation facility, a 41.4-megawatt renewable energy project in Carbon County, Wyoming, and is proceeding to repower the project with new turbine technology that will increase energy output of the entire facility by 60 percent. The repowered facility will produce enough energy to meet the needs of 19,500 typical homes in PacifiCorp’s service territory. It is an...
Rocky Mountain Power and local leaders and community members kicked off construction efforts on Energy Vision 2020 Wednesday during a groundbreaking in Carbon County.
Rocky Mountain Powers Cool Keeper program was recently recognized nationally for its innovation in using energy efficiently while keeping costs low for customers during hot summer months.
Utah regulators approve deal to shut down three coal-fueled units
Rocky Mountain Power is one of 9 finalists for Breakthrough Solution of the Year at the 2016 Platts Global Energy Awards
Gov. Matt Mead ay accompanied Rocky Mountain Power officials to the former site of the Dave Johnston coal mine to view the completed reclamation project and the current site of the Glenrock and Rolling Hills wind farms.
Rocky Mountain Power plans to offer a new program that allows customers to subscribe to receive some or all of their electricity from the power of the sun.