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Northwest projects, Northwest jobs

When you participate in Blue Sky, you’re supporting projects and jobs in the Pacific Northwest and the greater Western region. That means you’re helping to drive demand for renewable energy in your state and boosting the surrounding economy. In 2018 alone, Blue Sky participants supported over 750 million kilowatt-hours of renewable energy and funded clean energy installations at schools, community centers and arts organizations throughout the region. Explore some of the highlights from recent projects.


Local Facilities

Together Blue Sky customers have supported over 7.8 billion kilowatt-hours of renewable energy generated at facilities across the Western region.

Burnt River Wind

Huntington, OR

Thanks to Blue Sky Usage and Habitat participants, this 50-megawatt, 25-turbine wind farm came online in 2017.

Blue Basin Power

Klamath Falls, OR

With Blue Sky customer support, 45 rows of 3,420 solar panels came online in Southern Oregon.

Community Projects

Blue Sky customers have supported more than 134 community-based projects since 2006 across the Pacific Northwest including renewable projects at schools, public buildings and more.

The Boys & Girls Club of Albany

Albany, OR

This 40,000-square foot space will be powered by 475 solar panels, reducing its power bill by up to 90 percent.

Saving Grace Pet Adoption Center

Roseburg, OR

This shelter and care facility for lost and homeless pets now has a 43.2 kilowatt solar array, which reduces costs so the center can focus on the high standard of care for animals.

Habitat Projects

Blue Sky customers helped fund more than 90 habitat projects, restoring native fish habitat across hundreds of miles of Oregon rivers.

Sandy River Basin

Clackamas County, OR

Thanks to Blue Sky customers and The Freshwater Trust, restoration in the Sandy River Basin benefits numerous native and endangered fish species, including Chinook salmon, Coho salmon, winter steelhead and cutthroat trout.

John Day Crossing Restoration Project

Jackson County, OR

With the help of Blue Sky customers and the Rogue River Watershed Council, the Little Butte Creek Floodplain Rehabilitation Project seeks to transform a 48-acre parcel of land that formerly served as a wastewater treatment facility into a healthy aquatic ecosystem and community park.

Ready to make a difference?

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