Our clean energy future depends on a reliable, fast-charging infrastructure. We’re working with all kinds of smart people to make it happen.
PGE’s transportation electrification activities assist businesses, vehicle fleets, communities, non-profits, residential customers, and municipalities in their shift to electric vehicles. PGE’s transportation electrification strategy:
Plan for the load – extend forecasting and influence where this load arrives on the electric system and also coordinate with state, local, and regional planning
Serve the load – control costs to build supporting grid infrastructure
Manage the load – enable and scale managed charging in a “grid-friendly” behavior
PGE is committed to equitably serving this load to address the needs of underserved communities.
The Oregon Public Utility Commission (OPUC) will review PGE's Transportation Electrification Plan through a public process. Visit the OPUC UM 2033 to follow the docket, view the procedural schedule and provide comments.
At our meetings we seek input and suggestions about our approach, priorities and the factors we should consider as we develop future plans. We host a technical and a non-technical meeting each month.
Here you will find all information we’ve shared during the Resource Planning proceedings – past meeting presentations, video recordings, supplemental materials and prior documents.