The energy services industry is changing, and we in turn must continue to set the bar higher so that we continue to deliver reliable energy services for our customers.
Strengthening the electric grid is important for developing renewable energy and maintaining the reliability of service.
Responsible environmental management is good for the planet and good for business.
Approximately a quarter of our generating capacity comes from renewable and noncarbon sources.
We are dedicated to preventing, recycling and managing wastes.
To be the best energy company in serving our customers, while delivering sustainable energy solutions.
Our core principles define our values and our vision – today and for the next 100 years.
This team consists of leaders at the Berkshire Hathaway Energy level as well as those who head up each of our businesses. While each business operates autonomously, our vision, culture and principles are shared.
We are excellent stewards of our substantial financial resources. Backed by Berkshire Hathaway, we invest in hard assets and focus on long-term opportunities that will contribute to the future strength of the company.
Find and download annual and quarterly financial reports for Berkshire Hathaway Energy as well as our family of businesses. Reports are available in PDF and XBRL formats.
Quarterly and annual regulatory reports for Berkshire Hathaway Energy and select businesses are available for download as PDFs. Reports are available from 2011 to present.
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Project will increase company’s wind energy equal to 85 percent of annual customer use
Today, MidAmerican Energy Company announced a major project that will provide a cleaner energy future for Iowa. The announcement is a giant step toward realizing the company’s vision of 100 percent renewable energy for customers in the state.
MidAmerican Energy is filing a request with the Iowa Utilities Board to build Wind XI, a projec...
The U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Department of Commerce, PacifiCorp, and the states of Oregon and California today signed an agreement that, following a process administered by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, is expected to remove four dams on the Klamath River by 2020, amounting to one of the largest river restoration efforts in the nation.
State and federal officials also signed a new, separate agreemen...