Renewable power options Make a difference for the environment and reduce your carbon footprint. Understanding your power options No. 1 renewable program in America Latest National Renewable Energy Laboratory ranking for number of renewable power customers and most renewable energy sold. 130,000+ people have chosen a renewable power option from PGE. PortlandGeneral.com/PowerChoices GREEN SOURCE SM GREEN FUTURESM SOLAR Solar power generated right here in Oregon, sold in 1 kilowatt blocks. Each block is about 7.6 percent of an average PGE renewable power customer’s monthly usage. CLEAN WINDSM Wind power in 200 kilowatt-hour blocks. Each block is about 18.1 percent of an average renewable power customer’s monthly usage. HABITAT SUPPORT Add to any renewable option for $2.50 per month. The money goes to the Nature Conservancy for habitat restoration. Green Source, Green Future Solar and Clean Wind are Green-e Energy certified, and meet the environmental and consumer-protection standards set forth by the nonprofit Center for Research Solutions. Learn more at www.green-e.org. BASIC SERVICE This is the way most customers have traditionally paid for electricity. TIME OF USE Information on environmental impacts The environmental impact charts compare the environmental performance of this electricity product with the average profile for electricity generation in the Northwest, with respect to emission of key air pollutants (SO2, NOX), toxins (mercury), and greenhouse gases (CO2) associated with energy generation from fossil fuels. Impacts also occur due to the effects of waste from nuclear power plants but are not represented in these charts. More information about the public health and environmental costs of those emissions can be obtained from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency at epa.gov/cleanenergy/ energy-and-you/affect/index.html, epa.gov/air/ airpollutants.html and epa.gov/climatechange or by calling the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality at 503-229-5696. Portland General Electric 121 SW Salmon Street | Portland, Oregon 97204 1-800-542-8818 06/16 80K ©2016 Portland General Electric. Please recycle. 100 percent of your energy use is offset with renewable power. Pricing plans You pay different rates for electricity you use depending on the time of day, day of week and season. If you can signicantly shift your energy use to off-peak hours, you may save money with Time of Use. More details on pricing, peak time periods and a calculator can be found at PortlandGeneral.com/ PowerChoices. Want to know more or change your current option? To enroll in an option, or find more details including calculators that show you how each option can impact your bill and carbon footprint, visit PortlandGeneral.com/PowerChoices or call 1-800-542-8818. Where does your power come from? COMPARE YOUR OPTIONS PRICING PLANS Estimate your bill at PortlandGeneral.com/Calculator RENEWABLE POWER Basic Service and Time of Use Green Source Green Future Solar SUPPLY MIX SUPPLY MIX SUPPLY MIX SM SM Basic Service + 1 Block Green Future Solar Clean Wind SM SUPPLY MIX 33.88% Coal 98% New Wind 31.32% Coal 29.81% Coal 33.6% Hydro 1% New Solar 31.06% Hydro 29.57% Hydro 1% New Geothermal 20.62% Natural Gas 19.63% Natural Gas 7.71% Solar 19.05% Wind 7.4% Wind .89% Biomass 0.93% Biomass .54% Nuclear 0.56% Nuclear .21% Waste 0.22% Waste .16% Other 22.31% Natural Gas 8.01% Wind 1.01% Biomass .61% Nuclear .24% Waste .18% Other .16% Solar Basic Service + 1 Block Clean Wind .14% Solar 0.17% Other Includes Renewable Energy Credits associated with the eligible renewable energy (wind, biomass and some hydro) that may be saved or used to comply with Oregon’s Renewable Portfolio Standard. For 2016, the new wind comes from Oregon, Washington, Idaho or Wyoming. The new geothermal and new solar comes from Oregon. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT Amount of pollutants per kilowatt-hour of supply, compared to the Northwest U.S. average. Amount of pollutants per kilowatt-hour of supply, compared to the Northwest U.S. average. Amount of pollutants per kilowatt-hour of supply, compared to the Northwest U.S. average. Amount of pollutants per kilowatt-hour of supply, compared to the Northwest U.S. average. Carbon Dioxide Sulfur Dioxide Nitrogen Oxides Mercury 126% 173% 109% 148% 0% 100% BELOW AVG ABOVE AVG 200% Carbon Dioxide Sulfur Dioxide Nitrogen Oxides Mercury Carbon Dioxide Sulfur Dioxide Nitrogen Oxides Mercury 0% 0% 0% NA 0% 100% BELOW AVG ABOVE AVG 200% For 2016, the additional Clean Wind comes from Oregon, Washington, Idaho or Wyoming. The additional new solar comes from Oregon. 117.5% 183.2% 102.7% NA in 2015 0% 100% BELOW AVG ABOVE AVG 200% Carbon Dioxide Sulfur Dioxide Nitrogen Oxides Mercury 110.9% 152.2% 95.9% 130.2% 0% 100% BELOW AVG 200% ABOVE AVG AVERAGE MONTHLY BILL ADDITIONAL COST $0.008 per kWh ADDITIONAL COST $5 per 1 kW block ADDITIONAL COST $2.50 per 200 kWh block Basic Service: $164.29 | 11.9 cents per kWh AVERAGE MONTHLY BILL AVERAGE MONTHLY BILL AVERAGE MONTHLY BILL Time of Use: $158.72 | 11.5 cents per kWh $175.64 | 12.7 cents per kWh $169.44 | 12.3 cents per kWh $166.86 | 12.1 cents per kWh Note: Pricing based on the typical PGE customers on schedule 32 using 1378 kWh per month and the typical Time of Use customer using energy 17% on-peak, 36% mid-peak, and 47% off-peak. Charts show 2014 mix for Basic Service and Time of Use and projected 2016 mix of renewable energy for Green Source, Green Future Solar and Clean Wind power. “New” power comes from facilities that came online within the last 15 years.