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Oregon Electricity Deregulation

Good Energy will be offering money-saving electricity supply alternatives to customers in Oregon in the third quarter of 2002. In the meantime, we are able to offer cutting-edge energy demand management services in Oregon. To get the ball rolling to see how we can save your business money, please download & print the Good Energy account usage release authorization form below, fill in the blanks and fax it back to us. We will contact you shortly after our receipt of your form to discuss your prospects for savings.

Oregon Electricity Consumers

» Click here for general Oregon energy information including links to Oregon electricity deregulation resources.

Good Energy may be able to offer cost savings to commercial and industrial consumers of energy in Oregon. Click here for currently-available cost-savings programs and general information about electricity and natural gas deregulation in Oregon.

Below please find some links to resources we think you will find useful if you are interested in Oregon energy deregulation.

Oregon Public Utility Commission-s Electric Restructuring Page:

Oregon State Legislature:

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As of March 1, 2002, electricity deregulation in Oregon is a reality. Portland General Electric Company, (“PGE”), has notified customers in its service territory of some of the choices and opportunities available. We want to make sure that you fully understand those choices to make so that you are positioned to buy electricity at the most competitive rates.

Basically the current choices are as follows:

  1. Traditional “cost of service” rate: This rate will fluctuate based upon actual costs to generate and deliver the power in your market. This is a good deal if energy prices remain low, but risky because increases in fuel prices, (natural gas, etc.), and other variable could drive up the consumers power bill. This rate makes for a difficult budgeting process!
  2. “Standard Offer” rate: This rate is offered by your incumbent utility as an alternative to the “cost of service” rate, and while it provides some insulation from market volatility, it may not be the lowest cost option.
  3. Alternate Electricity Provider: Large commercial and industrial customers are free to negotiate with a host of competitive electricity providers. We recommend this option if you can beat the “standard offer” rate referenced above, or if you can find an environmentally sound “green” provider that suits you. If you choose this option, be prepared to sign a fixed-term contract, and be sure to consider the potential impact of all of the contract provisions. We stand ready to assist you with the solicitation of offer, bid review and contract negotiation process. Call (866) 955-2677 and ask to speak with a Good Energy professional.

We are available to answer any questions you have regarding the opportunities to save money in your marketplace and we want to make sure that you make the right decision for your particular circumstances. Please don’t hesitate to call us at (866) 955-2677 for a consultation with a Good Energy professional.