Welcome to Wyoming Renewables, a Wyoming company dedicated to the principal of utilizing affordable, clean, renewable sources of energy.

Let us show you how you can economically install a wind turbine that will virtually eliminate your current electric bill, be a back-up energy source when power failures occur and, over the service life of the turbine, offset approximately 1.2 tons of air pollutants and 200 tons of greenhouse gases that would have been generated by your utility company! With the constantly rising cost of electricity and the incentives that are now available to home & business owners, there has never been a better time to invest in your own clean-energy source! Click the "about" tab to learn more!


From the Casper Star Tribune,  12-31-11,
Story by Jeremy Fugleberg
"RMP wants a raise - "Foes prepare to battle another rate-hike request...RMP...has filed a request with the Wyoming Public Service Commision for a $62.8 million per year rate hike in Wyoming."

From the Casper Journal,  4-11-11,
Story by Greg Fladager
"RMP..." (Rocky Mountain Power) "...defends rate hike"
"RMP is seeking an overall rate hike...in which residential customers would see a 21.5 percent increase, small commercial companies 19.5%..."
RMP Company spokesman Jeff Hymas stated "We anticipate requesting annual price increases of 8 to 10 percent over the next decade or so..."

From the Casper Star Tribune,  11-24-10,
Story by Joan Barron
"Rocky Mountain Power seeks 17% rate
hike in Wyoming" According to Richard Walje,
Rocky Mountain Power president "Despite our
best efforts to control expenses...the cost of
providing electricity is increasing." "The 17.3%
average rate increase includes different levels
of user classes. The increase for residential
customers is 21.5%, for small commercial
companies, 19.5%..."

From the Casper Star Tribune,  10-3-09,
Story by Dustin Bleizeffer
"Wyoming's largest utility, Rocky Mountain
Power, has asked state regulators to approve
a 13.7% rate hike in Wyoming to help pay
for growing electrical demand in the state."

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 entitles homeowners and businesses to receive a full 30% Federal Tax Credit when installing a wind turbine. The bill also includes attractive provisions to allow full use of both federal and state incentives, bonus depreciation, AMT relief, and DOE rebates in lieu of tax credits for businesses.