Think clean electric vehicles are out of your range? Think again.

Think clean electric vehicles are out of your range? Think again.

There’s an EV for EVeryone

PGE is leading the charge in Oregon’s clean energy future, and electric vehicles are a big part of that future.

Whether you drive a car, ride a bike or take the bus, there is a clean, green and affordable way for you to get where you’re going:

  • TriMet is rolling out the first wind-powered, all-electric buses in the country this spring.
  • Affordable, long-rang electric bicycle options are zooming in popularity.
  • Electric car sales jumped by 81 percent in 2018 over 2017.* It’s not surprising given that new EVs travel 150 miles or more on a single charge and cost two-thirds less to own and operate than a gas-powered car.**
  • EVs can also qualify for $5,000 in Oregon rebates and a $7,500 federal tax credit.

To learn more about EV advantages, charging basics and incentives, visit us online:



PGE Electric Avenue

We’re expanding our Electric Avenues to support the growing number of EVs on the road. Downtown Portland, Milwaukie and Hillsboro each have a PGE Electric Avenue, with Wilsonville and Eastport Plaza (Southeast Portland) opening later this spring. Each location can charge up to six vehicles at a time, with four fast chargers and two level 2 chargers.

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Reader’s Choice Awards

Vote for your Favorite Beaverton Business The BRG is holding a 2021 Reader’s Choice Awards for Best Beaverton Business in several categories. Be sure to vote for your favorite businesses and if you have loyal customers, let them know so they can vote for you!

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