Green FutureSM Solar
Solar no matter where you live.
Launched in Fall 2015, Green Future Solar features 2,935 1 kW "blocks" of solar energy available for residential and business customers from a local solar project in Willamina, OR. Each "block" is an additional $5 per month. Customers who sign-up for Green Future Solar can stay on the option until Dec. 31, 2022, unless they choose to cancel.
In April 2016, the product officially sold out and is currently closed to new enrollments. If you would like to get notified regarding future installments of Green Future Solar, please fill out our Green Future Solar notification form.
Power Supply Mix
PGE has bought or plans to buy power or unique claims on the electricity produced from these types of power plants.
The portion supplied by PGE is based on recent utility production and purchases. All percentages are approximate. The supply mix below reflects Basic Service plus one block of Green Future Solar.
*Biomass is inclusive of biomass, biogas, landfill gasses and other biogenics.
Source: Oregon Department of Energy 2018 data, the latest available. All percentages are approximate and may not add up to 100% due to rounding. “New” refers to power generated from facilities that became operational in the last 15 years.
Amounts of pollutants per kWh of supply mix compared to the Northwest U.S average.
Source: Oregon Department of Energy, 2018 data.
Carbon dioxide is a major contributor to global climate change. Among the likely impacts for Oregon are less mountain snow pack and less water available in summer, higher sea levels, and threats to forests, crops, and fish and wildlife habitat. Coal and natural gas are the main sources of carbon dioxide from power generation.
Nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide are air pollutants that affect human health, plants, fish and wildlife. Nitrogen oxides contribute to smog. Coal is the main source of these pollutants from power generation. Natural gas plants produce nitrogen oxides.
Nuclear fuel wastes contain the most radioactive and long-lived waste formed during operation of nuclear power plants. These wastes are stored at nuclear power reactor sites. The United States has no permanent disposal site for these wastes.
Some hydropower dams contribute to the decline of salmon and other fish and wildlife populations.
For a complete list of the resources included in Green Future Solar view the prospective product content label. To see what customers received last year, view the historic product content label. To view highlights of the conditions of your subscription, see the price, terms and conditions.
Green Future Solar is Green-e® Energy certified and meets the environmental and consumer-protection standards set forth by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions.