Electric Vehicles & Charging

Have you seen the price of gas lately? EVs cost a lot less to fuel and with zero tailpipe emissions, they're easier on the environment too!

There’s an EV for everyone

EVs strike that perfect balance between meeting your transportation needs and being part of the clean energy future. And with more and more places to charge, now’s the time to go electric.

Save with electric vehicles vs. gas

Considering an electric car?

Our EV Costs & Savings Calculator shows the wide variety of models available with details on cost, range, charging, the environmental benefits and how much you can save by driving electric.

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For your home

EV charging at home or on the go

You pumped your last gallon of gas! EVs are easy to charge at home or at any one of the ever increasing public charging sites.

Buying an electric vehicle

With more and more EVs coming to market, now's the time to electrify your ride. Oh, did we mention the cost savings and incentives?

For your business

EV charging at your business

Adding EV charging for customers, tenants and employees is a great way to meet your business' sustainability goals and make a lot of people happy!

Electrifying your fleet

We're electrifying our fleet and invite you to do the same. We have all kinds of expertise to help you every step of the way, and with Fleet Partner, we can even help you fund it!

Why electric?

We're electrifying our fleet and invite you to do the same. We have all kinds of expertise to help you every step of the way, and can even help you fund it!

Clean and green

It’s easy to do your part to reduce greenhouse gas emissions when you drive an electric vehicle. Here in Oregon, gas engines account for 40 percent of greenhouse gas emissions. EVs? Virtually zero tailpipe emissions. And you can make your electricity mix 100% carbon free with our Green Future renewable power program.

Save at the pump

With electric vehicles, there's no gas to burn or gas to buy. And maintenance, what maintenance? Simply charge your EV overnight or use any one of the numerous public charging stations and you'll be set to go. EVs are easy!

Go the distance

Let's get real. Older electric vehicles did have one shortcoming: range. But that was a loooong time ago. Today, the average EV can travel 275 miles on a charge, and some models can go a bladder-stretching 450 miles before you have to re-charge. Compare how far different cars can go on a single charge with our EV Costs & Savings Calculator.

Experience one-stop shopping with PGE+

Visit PGE+, our one-stop shop where you can buy a qualified EV charger, get it installed, learn about instant rebates and enroll in our EV Smart Charging program all in one place. By enrolling in EV Smart Charging, you could qualify for rebates and credits of up to $6,000 on faster home chargers, electrical panel upgrades and ongoing monthly bill credits!

When it comes to electric vehicles, there is no reverse.

It won’t happen overnight, but we have confidence in our ability to work together to significantly lower greenhouse gas emissions in our state. We have confidence in you. Here are a few ways we are supporting transportation electrification, with your help.

We’re doing it, too.

We are walking the talk around our commitment to advancing transportation electrification in Oregon. More than 60% of our entire fleet will be electric by 2030, including 100% of Class 1 vehicles (sedans, SUVs, small pickups — even forklifts), by 2025.

Electric school buses – yes!

Cleaner, quieter, less costly to operate – what’s not to love about electric school buses? Especially because the air inside and outside the bus cabin is healthier for our kids, our neighborhoods and all Oregonians. That’s why we are partnering with four public school districts in our service area to enable adoption of electric school buses.

Got an electrification project that needs funding?

From transit buses and passenger vehicles to electric bikes and community service vehicles, the PGE Drive Change Fund is all about electrifying transportation in Oregon. Do you have a local electric vehicle adoption, EV charging infrastructure and/or education project you would like us to fund? Get in touch.