Beat the heat and

save money

As summer heats up, we're here to help with Wattsmart® ways to keep your home comfortable and save money. 

Energy innovation

See how Pacific Power is working to create a brighter future.

Electric VEHICLES
CLEAN ENERGY

Safety & preparedness

Take precautions to stay safe and prepare for potential emergencies. 

WILDFIRE SAFETY & PREPAREDNESS
ELECTRICAL SAFETy

Building & construction

Find resources to help with your new home, business or construction project.

Builders & COntractors
Electric Service Requirements

Focused on safety

We’re taking steps to reduce wildfire risks by expanding our weather monitoring abilities, actively managing vegetation and strengthening our system.

Get help with bills

When it comes to flexible options to help you take control of your bills, you can count on us. 

Powering a bright future

See our progress

Prioritizing resilience

Nothing is more important than your safety. So we’re making significant investments to harden the grid and keep communities safe.

Affordable power

From our day-to-day operations to our most ambitious initiatives, we’re focused on delivering safe, reliable and affordable power to you.

You can count on us

We know our neighbors rely on us, and that’s why we're always improving our system to deliver safe, reliable service. 

Building on community strength

We’re proud to live and work in the communities we serve. That’s why we volunteer alongside our neighbors and fund grants for education, the arts and more.

Latest news

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  • Kids with disabilities make memories at the 24th annual Merwin Day of Fishing

    Pacific Power and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife recently joined together to host a memorable fishing event for children with disabilities at the Merwin Fish Hatchery near Woodland, Washington. The event brought together over 200 children, who enjoyed a unique opportunity to experience the joy of fishing in a supportive and inclusive environment.

  • Pacific Power prepares for summer heat

    As Oregon heads into the first heatwave of the season this week, Pacific Power is encouraging customers to prepare for seasonal temperatures.