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To help nurture the next generation of thinkers and doers, we're investing in educational programs that will lead to stronger communities today and tomorrow. 

Energy innovation

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


Safety & preparedness

Take precautions to stay safe and prepare for potential emergencies. 


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We're here for you

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

Plug into clean travel

Electric vehicles are a cleaner, more efficient way to get around. We offer rebates and resources to help you go electric.

Building for the future

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On the path to net-zero

With 20,000 megawatts of new renewable energy resources by 2032, we’re committed to a clean energy future.

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.

Focused on affordability

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

Making progress day by day

Our teams are hard at work every day to make major upgrades to our system while continuing to deliver the safe, reliable, affordable power you rely on.

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  • See unique fish enhancements and spawning salmon at Soda Springs Dam

    Pacific Power, along with federal and state natural resource agencies, will host a public tour of the fish enhancement projects at the North Umpqua Hydroelectric Project, on Wednesday, October 4, 2023.

  • Pacific Power re-energizes transmission lines serving Del Norte County

    Pacific Power safely re-energized the transmission lines serving Crescent City and Del Norte County, and all customers have been returned to electric grid service on Sunday. In coordination with Fire Incident Management Teams and Del Norte County Emergency Operations Center, Pacific Power crews made repairs caused by the Smith River Complex Fire, which burned for weeks near the company’s electrical system infrastructure.