Green Future Impact

We’re proud to introduce Green Future Impact, our newest local renewable product available to large-scale businesses and municipalities.

Green Future Impact will offer large customers the opportunity to source up to 100% of their electricity from a new wind or solar facility in Oregon, adding up to 300 MW of clean energy to PGE’s system.

This bold product was brought about because of our customers’ commitment to sustainability and local, renewable energy. We work hard to help businesses meet their ambitious green energy goals, which is why we create products that provide a real local impact.

When we opened Green Future Impact for enrollment, customers committed to purchase the equivalent output of a 160 megawatt renewable energy facility in just over three minutes. It’s a testament to Oregon’s commitment to clean energy.

Overall, the project supports the local and regional green economy by bringing a new renewable facility online in Oregon and contributing to green energy jobs.

What you get with Green Future Impact

  • 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.

Interested in a clean energy future and building more renewable energy in our region? Email us at for more information on Green Future Impact.

Want to bring your own power purchase agreement to PGE? Please see the Minimum Power Purchase Agreement requirements and submit a letter of interest by email.

Visit Green Future for additional residential and business renewable energy options.

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:

  • Adobe
  • Comcast
  • Daimler Trucks North America
  • Digital Realty
  • Multnomah County
  • 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
  • Washington County