Share Your Impact!

When you choose to green your energy with Blue Sky, you’re joining an entire community of individuals dedicated to reducing their carbon footprint. With nearly one hundred and eighteen thousand participants, we wanted to share some highlights. Here’s how your Blue Sky community is making a difference.

Your Community Impact with Blue Sky*

In 2017, more than 117,700 Blue Sky participants like yourself collectively supported 777,226,258 kilowatt-hours of renewable energy, reducing their combined carbon footprints by 318,674 tons of CO2.

To better illustrate this impact, that’s how much energy 128 wind turbines would generate in a year. Or, that’s how much energy is needed to travel from the Oregon coast to the tip of Maine 360,398 times in an electric vehicle.

Check out the full infographic below:

Blue Sky Highlights

  • In 2017, Blue Sky participants were able to award funding to 12 community projects that will bring a combined 675+ kilowatts of new renewable energy capacity to Oregon and California.
  • Four new Habitat projects were awarded funding
  • Solar energy was added to the Blue Sky Block renewable energy mix for the first time last year. That’s 110,643 kilowatt-hours of new solar energy in the west. If you’re interested in learning more about your enrollment options with Blue Sky, check out our resource mix.

 

 

 

When you choose to green your energy with Blue Sky, you’re joining an entire community of individuals dedicated to reducing their carbon footprint. With nearly one hundred and eighteen thousand participants, we wanted to share some highlights. Here’s how your Blue Sky community is making a difference.

Your Community Impact with Blue Sky*

In 2017, more than 117,700 Blue Sky participants like yourself collectively supported 777,226,258 kilowatt-hours of renewable energy, reducing their combined carbon footprints by 318,674 tons of CO2.

To better illustrate this impact, that’s how much energy 128 wind turbines would generate in a year. Or, that’s how much energy is needed to travel from the Oregon coast to the tip of Maine 360,398 times in an electric vehicle.

Check out the full infographic below: