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Energy in Oregon

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​In Oregon, our electricity comes from a variety of resources, from hydroelectricity and coal to wind and nuclear energy.
Oregon has diverse electricity resources, including increasing amounts of renewable power from water, wind, and the sun. The power in your home could be coming from many​ of these resources.

Dashboard last updated: December 2023

Click through the tabs above to view state-​ and utility-level resource mix information. Hover over the various chart bubbles and bars to show resource-level data, and use the map tools to zoom in and move around specific area. For further instructions and Electricity Resouce Mix highlights, please view the ​Tableau Data Dashboard: Oregon's Electricity Mix tutorial video​

Frequently-Asked Questions​​​

About the Electri​city Resource Mix

The Oregon Department of Energy collects electricity resource data from our state’s utility providers. The information helps us – and Oregonians across the state – track power sources and better understand the environmental effects of the electricity we use.

Our analysis takes into account all electricity that serves Oregon, including electricity that is generated outside the state and delivered to Oregon customers.

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