Pacific Power Invites Washington Customers to a Public Hearing on the Clean Energy Implementation Plan

YAKIMA, WA —Pacific Power invites its Washington customers to comment on the Clean Energy Implementation Plan at a virtual public hearing held by the Commission on Thursday, September 28, 2023, at 6:00 p.m. 

Customer insights will enable Pacific Power to facilitate programs and investments to help fulfill their commitment to delivering the safe, reliable, affordable power customers rely on.

Customers can participate online via Zoom at:

Or join by phone by calling 1-253-215-8782 and entering ID number 847 3107 9057 and passcode 301516.

If customers plan to participate, please call 1-888-333-9882 at least one day before the hearing to sign in. Not calling in advance will not preclude participants from calling on the hearing day. If callers need a reasonable accommodation to participate in the hearing, don't hesitate to contact the Commission at 1-888-333-9882. The Commission is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to participants with disabilities.

Pacific Power submitted the Clean Energy Implementation Plan to the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission on December 30, 2021. The plan lists the specific actions Pacific Power will take over the next four years to advance their 2030 and 2045 clean energy directives to meet the goals set by the Washington Clean Energy Transformation Act. 

Pacific Power is committed to delivering consistent, affordable power customers rely on while providing power from increasingly clean sources. Pacific Power's strategic investments and commitment to service have resulted in prices in Washington that are among the lowest in the nation.

In keeping with Pacific Power’s public participation plan, Pacific Power and its Equity Advisory Group co-develop and measure the potential benefits and impacts to communities of proposed energy resources to ensure all customers benefit from the transition to clean energy. Pacific Power prioritizes the equitable distribution of energy and nonenergy benefits while seeking to reduce burdens on vulnerable populations and highly impacted communities.

Residential and small business utility customers are represented by the Public Counsel Section of the Washington Attorney General's Office. Customers may contact the Public Counsel via email at, by phone at 206-464-7744, or by mail at the address below:

Public Counsel Unit Attorney General's Office 800 Fifth Ave. Suite 2000 Seattle, WA 98104

To send comments to the Commission, email or submit comments online at or call 1-888-333-WUTC (9882). All comments need to reference Docket UE-210829.

The Clean Energy Implementation Plan is a four-year action plan specific to Washington customers and communities that focuses on community-based actions that move Pacific Power towards meeting the Clean Energy Transformation Act's milestones. These objectives include ensuring that 100% of all retail electricity sales are greenhouse-gas-neutral by 2030 and sourcing 100% of power from non-emitting or renewable energy generation by 2045. 

Call 1-888-221-7070 or visit for questions.