How it Works

Participating is easy

Select the participation level that’s right for you. Need help? Use our calculator below.

You pay a little extra on your bill each month, and Pacific Power purchases renewable energy certificates on your behalf.

Your participation positively impacts the environment and supports regional renewable energy.

Calculate Your Cost to Participate

Learn more about Blue Sky's renewable energy mix

Which state do you live in?

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Please select your state

Please fill in either Average Bill or "Calculate using the average for my state" option.

Enjoy exclusive participant benefits

You’re making a big difference when you join Blue Sky, and that’s why we offer exclusive rewards and resources to our community of Blue Sky participants. Discover the added benefits of enrolling in Blue Sky:

Personalized impact report

You’ll receive a yearly personalized report with your renewable energy impact.

Impact news

Stay up to date on all things Blue Sky! We’ll share news around recent projects, community efforts, and more.

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Facebook community

Join our online community of Blue Sky participants and stay up to date on the latest projects, benefits and more.

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  • Your participation in the Blue Sky® program helps to reduce the carbon footprint associated with your electricity use. Carbon footprint reduction based on the difference between the 2023 Blue Sky Block & Blue Sky Usage mixes and the 2022 PacifiCorp fuel mix (PacifiCorp, 2024).
  • Laundry electricity consumption based on a single laundry load, for a washer using 0.43kWh, and a dryer using 2.00 kWh of electricity (Shrink That Footprint, 2024).
  • Electric vehicles use on average 32.18 kWh per 100 miles (DOE Fuel Economy Guide, 2024).
  • One LED light bulb consumes 11.0 kWh of electricity per year when used for 3 hours per day (EnergySage, 2024).
  • The average drip coffee maker used 2 hours per day needs 1200 watts of energy to produce a pot of coffee (

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Ready to make a difference?

Join more than 138,000 Blue Sky participants who are committed to renewable energy.