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Current Issues

Boardman Plant Air Emissions
The Oregon Environmental Quality Commission has approved a plan to cease coal-fired operations at the Boardman Plant by end of 2020.

Climate Change & PGE
PGE is making a difference as we pursue a cleaner energy future.

Determining Energy Prices
PGE has begun a 10-month process with the Oregon Public Utility Commission to review PGE’s costs and approve new customer prices for 2015.

Fraud Alert
Scammers are calling PGE customers and threatening to disconnect power if they don’t pay quickly with a pre-paid credit card. If you get a call like this, hang up and call PGE at 800-542-8818.

Heartbleed Bug Update
PGE is assessing our customer website and other systems for any vulnerability we may have to the Heartbleed bug, which has been found in software used by many websites worldwide.

Help for Tough Times
At PGE, we understand that we are all facing a tough economy right now. If you’re having trouble paying your home or business electric bill, we want to help you.

Oregon’s Energy Future
We’re preparing for the future by making our existing facilities more efficient, building renewable generation, exploring new technologies and educating and encouraging customers in energy efficiency.

Plug-in Vehicle Charging Stations
PGE is working with local businesses and governments to install charging stations in the region for plug-in hybrid electric and all-electric vehicles.

Trojan spent fuel storage
The Trojan Independent Spent Fuel Storage Installation safely stores the spent fuel from the decommissioned Trojan nuclear power plant and is specifically designed to withstand foreseeable hazards, including a 9.0 subduction zone earthquake or tsunami.

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