A La Niña winter this year could mean more rain, more cold, more reasons to prepare for possible storms. We’ve got some pointers.
It’s been a tough year. Our ability to power through it will depend on all of us helping each other. If you could use a hand right now, whether it’s a little extra time to pay your bill, or more significant assistance, get in touch. We’d like to help.
In Oregon, we’re experiencing the impact of climate change and we recognize the urgent need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. That’s why we’ve set a new goal aiming for net zero greenhouse gas emissions companywide by 2040. Learn about how we’ll get there.
December 1, 2020
Daimler Trucks North America, Portland General Electric announce public heavy-duty electric truck charging site “Electric Island” planned to feature charging for commercial electric vehicles up to four times the speed of today’s chargers, energy storage and generation and technology showcase.
November 18, 2020
Portland General Electric aims for companywide net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040 This new initiative from Portland General Electric and the PGE Foundation will provide young people with opportunities to learn, work and make a difference by creating cleaner, greener, more equitable communities.
October 15, 2020
PGE announces end to coal-fired power generation in Oregon Read about how we’re fulfilling a groundbreaking agreement to reduce air emissions and transition to cleaner energy resources.
To help keep power reliable, affordable and sustainable, PGE's Energy Partner Smart Thermostat program can install free smart thermostats to help your business use a little less energy when others are using more. Not only will you save energy and money year 'round, we'll also pay you $60 per thermostat twice a year.