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Rocky Mountain Power
Rocky Mountain Power Offering New Incentives for Business to Save Energy and Money



March 6, 2017

Rocky Mountain Power representatives will be in the Vernal area through March 6 introducing small businesses to new lighting technologies that can make their operations more energy efficient. During this time, wattsmart Small Business Direct technicians will be conducting on-site energy assessments by going door-to-door or by appointment. Qualifying small businesses may receive enhanced incentives to save as much as 75 percent of the overall project cost.

"Small businesses face many challenges, and our energy efficient lighting incentives make it easier to save energy, money and time when upgrading existing lighting systems," said Don Watts, Rocky Mountain Power regional business manager. "We also want our small business customers to know the wattsmart Small Business Direct technicians will provide reliable information and quality work."

The program covers some of the most common interior and exterior lighting upgrades, including LED lighting technology. Businesses will save money both on the incentives for the upgrade work and on energy use in the future.

To get started, business owners should set up an appointment for the on-site energy assessment by calling toll free 844-712-6232. Once the assessment is completed, business owners will have time to review the project proposal, the incentives offered and determine whether or not to proceed. The wattsmart Small Business Direct team will take care of installation and paperwork.

"We're looking to make this very easy for customers," Watts said. "Saving energy helps everyone, and we certainly hope local business customers keep our technicians very busy during their time here."

For more information:

Organization:
Rocky Mountain Power

Address:
201 S Main St
Salt Lake City, Utah
United States, 84116
www.rockymountainpower.net
Tel: 801-220-2000


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