Beautiful and essential, trees keep our neighborhoods vibrant and healthy. Before you plant a tree, please call 811 and be sure to plant low-growing trees near power lines.
To help customers who are having financial difficulties as a result of COVID-19, we're providing more opportunities for energy assistance and connecting customers to federal resources.
Use our new Property Manager Portal to review your properties and manage your energy services in one place.
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.
Many customers in Oregon have seen their lives turned upside down by the economic turmoil caused by more than a year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, with recovery on the horizon, the company is offering a range of options to help customers achieve greater economic stability and get back on track financially.
Many customers in Washington have seen their lives turned upside down by the economic turmoil caused by more than a year of the COVID-19 pandemic. By providing grants to community organizations and stopping late fees or service disconnects due to nonpayment, Pacific Power has actively pursued ways to help customers manage through this time of economic hardship since the onset of the pandemic.
Choosing when you run your dishwasher or charge your electric vehicle could deliver significant savings on your power bill under new options now available to Pacific Power customers in Oregon.