The engineering division can provide you with electrical specifications and fees for all types of projects.
Provo Power is happy to announce a pending option for customers to purchase renewable power for their home or business. Learn more at RenewChoice.com.
Provo Power is in the process of implementing Automated Metering Infrastructure (AMI). To learn more about the benefits and answer questions, click below.
Provo City Forestry Division manages over 30,000 trees that are growing under electrical power lines and facilities. Our crews maintain (prune, remove, spray, and plant) 15,000 Street Trees throughout the City. If you need a tree trimmed call (801) 852-6000.
Provo City’s Energy Department offers an Energy Conservation Program, SwitchItProvo, available to residential customers of Provo City.
The program is designed to offer rebates for energy-efficient changes to your home or appliances.
Power Outage Map
If you have questions about current outages, you can see all the details online. This map is constantly updated with information about where outages are that we're working on.
Provo Power serves power to customers in the Provo City boundaries. If you live outside fo Provo you will need to contact the appropriate utility provider for your area. Provo Power, also known as the Energy Department, provides reliable electricity with superior customer service at a competitive price to the residents and businesses in Provo. The Department operates and maintains over 35,000 meters, 380 miles of distribution lines, 48 miles of transmission lines and 18 substation transformers. Provo City Power is the largest municipally owned electric utility in the state.
Provo is a member of the Utah Municipal Power Agency (UMPA) which is responsible for the management and scheduling of all power resources serving Provo and the other member utilities. The electricity is generated primarily from coal fired power plants with hydroelectric generation and other peaking plants.