Customers of Rocky Mountain Power will receive partial refunds of energy efficiency surcharges collected by the utility on 2018 utility bills, the company has announced. The refunds will be included as credits on February and March electricity billings.

In November, Rocky Mountain proposed the refunds before the Utah Public Service Commission (PSC), saying it had identified more-efficient ways to deliver its energy-efficiency programs to customers. The PSC approved the refunds last month.

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