As of Sunday, Feb. 21, all customers impacted by the recent historic ice storm are back in service. With 400 field personnel in action 24/7, we appreciated your patience as we worked as quickly and as safely as possible to restore power.
During outages, our crews first work to clear downed power lines and ensure electricity is restored where it is needed most.
From payment plans to a choice of due dates, we can help you get back to your routine.
We’re helping electric vehicle owners go farther than ever before with new electric vehicle charging stations across the West.
By helping students explore science, technology, engineering, arts and math, our partnerships with organizations are sparking lifelong learning.
The greatness in our communities lies in their generosity, their resilience and their willingness to meet the biggest challenges head on.
As wildfires become more frequent throughout the West, our focus is on keeping you and your community safe.
Lori Wyman is stepping in as Regional Business Manager for Pacific Power in Walla Walla and other southeast Washington communities as Bill Clemens, a long-time Pacific Power leader in the area, retires
As of Sunday evening, February 21, all Pacific Power customers impacted by the arctic Valentine’s Day storm have service. At times, upwards of 80,000 customers were without power in the aftermath of the storms with over 400 field personnel working 24/7 through ice and snow to restore power as quickly and safely as possible.