RMP Asks For Price Decrease 

Published on March 20, 2017 at 10:47AM

(St. George, UT) —  Some good news for your wallet if you get your electricity from Rocky Mountain Power; the utility is asking for a price decrease.  The company says they paid about six-point-five-million dollars less than they thought they would for energy last year and customers should also be getting money back in the form of Renewable Energy Credit revenues.  That all adds up to a requested 14-point-six-million-dollar reduction in bills, or about seven bucks a month for the average user.  It will be up to the state Public Service Commission to approve the reduction.