Clean Windâ„ 

One easy way to make your business more sustainable

Offset your energy use with Northwest wind power.

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Your choices

Find the right Clean Wind for you:

  • Clean Wind for business customers on Schedule 32 (typically small businesses).
  • Clean Wind C & I for commercial and industrial customers on all other rate schedules.

A portion of your purchase goes toward developing new renewable resources in Oregon and a portion goes to purchase new wind power from the Northwest. 

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Pricing

Add $2.50 per 200 kWh block to your Basic Service each month. Purchase as many blocks as you like. Estimate your costs.

A typical commercial renewable power customer uses about 1395 kWh per month. Sign up online or log in to your account to find your monthly energy use.

For your business

Coupon offers

We’ve partnered with Chinook Book to create a mobile app with coupons from local, renewable businesses like Burgerville, OMSI, Next Adventure. Creating an offer is a great way to bring traffic to your door and promote your support of renewables. If you’re interested in participating let us know!

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Marketing tools

Already a renewable power customer? Email us to get your marketing toolkit to help promote your support of renewable energy to your customers. We have ready-to-use photos, graphics, social media templates and much more.

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Power Supply Mix

PGE has bought or plans to buy power or unique claims on the electricity produced from these types of power plants.

The portion supplied by PGE is based on recent utility production and purchases. All percentages are approximate. The supply mix below reflects Basic Service plus one unit of Clean Windâ„ .


Source: Oregon Department of Energy, 2016 data.

Where does the power come from?

Clean Wind comes from 100 percent new wind farms (built in the last 15 years) in the Pacific Northwest.

Environmental Impact

Clean Wind Environmental Impact

Amounts of pollutants per kWh of supply mix compared to the Northwest U.S average

Source: Oregon Department of Energy, 2013 data.

Carbon dioxide is a major contributor to global climate change. Among the likely impacts for Oregon are less mountain snow pack and less water available in summer, higher sea levels, and threats to forests, crops, and fish and wildlife habitat. Coal and natural gas are the main sources of carbon dioxide from power generation.

Nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide are air pollutants that affect human health, plants, fish and wildlife. Nitrogen oxides contribute to smog. Coal is the main source of these pollutants from power generation. Natural gas plants produce nitrogen oxides.

Nuclear fuel wastes contain the most radioactive and long-lived waste formed during operation of nuclear power plants. These wastes are stored at nuclear power reactor sites. The United States has no permanent disposal site for these wastes.

Some hydropower dams contribute to the decline of salmon and other fish and wildlife populations.