Current PGE prices for large industrial customers are approximately 6.5 cents per kWh, inclusive of all taxes and fees. That’s well below the national average for investor-owned utilities*.
For a confidential, quick pricing estimate, fill out our quote form.
PGE typically adjusts its prices annually and does not use a fuel cost adjustment mechanism. This gives you more price predictability throughout the year.
Between 2010 and 2015 our medium and large business customers saw a compound annual growth rate of 1 percent, while we added generation capacity to reduce our reliance on volatile energy markets.
We work hard to keep prices stable and affordable. We manage market risk so you don’t have to:
- We own our generating plants
- We have a diverse power supply mix
- We carefully layer purchasing to mitigate spikes in the market
For detailed pricing and pricing history, see our pricing plans.
Or, just contact our team for confidential help.
*U.S. IOU average pricing data from Edison Electric Institute.
Garmin expanded its Salem operations in 2014. Access to a local, skilled workforce helped drive that decision, along with affordable and reliable electricity. PGE’s commitment to helping our region and our shared focus to develop top technical and engineering talent makes them a unique and valued partner.Steve Van Arsdale, General Manager, Garmin