Bold energy plan fuels

progress

Our long-term plan accelerates a bold energy future with low-cost, reliable and sustainable power for our customers and communities. The plan envisions a 74% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from 2005 levels by 2030.

Renewable energy

As a wind power leader, we’re finding new ways to harness more clean energy. 

Energy Vision 2020

Grid innovation

We're developing innovative solutions to make our grid more efficient, resilient and secure.

Grid Modernization

Clean transportation

There are good things ahead for electric transportation in our region.

Electric vehicle projects

Green initiatives and investments

We are committed to using natural resources wisely and protecting our environment.

Join our team

We are looking for talented, enthusiastic and skilled people who want to join a leading energy company.

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  • Several Western power providers announce plans to explore market options

    Several electric providers that serve millions of customers in the Western United States recently announced plans to evaluate regional market solutions together. Members of the informal Western Markets Exploratory Group (WMEG) are exploring the potential for a staged approach to new market services, including day-ahead energy sales, transmission system expansion, and other power supply and grid solutions consistent with existing state regulations.

  • PacifiCorp’s updated plan accelerates a bold energy future with low-cost, reliable, sustainable power for its customers

    PacifiCorp today filed its 2021 Integrated Resource Plan with its six state utility commissions. The biennial long-term resource plan builds on PacifiCorp’s strong reliability as it accelerates its clean energy future by leveraging the abundant diversity of resources that are available across its vast multi-state transmission network. The plan continues investment in new clean energy resources, including advanced nuclear, battery and pumped hydro storage, demand response and energy efficiency programs.