Green Future Impact gives you the ability to source up to 100% of your electricity from a new regional wind or solar facility.
Green Future Impact helps your business, city or county meet its ambitious sustainability and carbon reduction goals with the opportunity to source up to 100% of your electricity from a new regional wind or solar facility that you make possible.
If you’d like more information or to express your interest in participating in Green Future Impact, including selecting a resource and bringing a power purchase agreement that meets Minimum Power Purchase Agreement requirements to PGE for review, please contact us. Green Future Impact is full as of 2016. PGE is seeking the Oregon Public Utility Commission’s approval to offer additional projects. Visit this page for updates. Email us at email@example.com to be notified when the program becomes available.
Cities and businesses are leading the way to a clean energy future here in Oregon. We’re proud to offer more ways to meet the demand for renewables, which is stronger than ever.
Currently, the following businesses and municipalities are leading the way with Green Future Impact:
Daimler Trucks North America
Oregon Health & Science University
Portland State University
Portland Community College
The City of Beaverton
The City of Hillsboro
The City of Lake Oswego
The City of Milwaukie
The City of Portland
The City of Salem
The City of West Linn
The City of Wilsonville
Additional options for sourcing up to 100% renewable energy.
The ability to purchase full output of a facility or just a share of it.
The knowledge that you’re helping to bring a new, local renewable resource online.
A more tangible connection with your renewable power resource.
Predictable, energy prices through a long-term contract.
Customers enrolled in Green Future Impact had the chance to name their new solar facility. By overwhelming support they picked Pachwáywit Fields. The project is located on ceded lands of the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs in Gilliam County. The name pays homage to lands traditionally stewarded by the Warm Springs and Umatilla Tribes. Pachwáywit, pronounced Patch-Why-Wit, means “sun” in the Sahaptin language and ties Oregon’s largest solar facility with the land’s rich history and stewardship.