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EWEB, McKenzie Watershed Council and the Willamette National Forest are collaboratively working on the project, which involves relocating a portion of 115 kV transmission line.Find Out More
Eugene Water & Electric Board is exploring the impacts of widespread electrification on our community.Find Out More
Running the air conditioning can cause a blow to the household budget and increase carbon emissions.Find Out More
Making partial payments and other tips for managing your bill and avoiding scams.Find Out More
Now more than ever, people are looking for ways to save energy, reduce carbon emissions and improve home comfort. For many EWEB customers, some simple efficiency upgrades will tick all those boxes.Find Out More
Based on snowpack data and summer stream forecasts, EWEB will adjust flows into the Walterville canal mid-June through October 2020.Find Out More
Owned by EWEB since 1994, Stone Creek is a small but mighty hydro generation project on the Clackamas River.Find Out More
I wanted something with enough range to take me out of town for the various camping and fishing trips that I enjoy.Find Out More
I am able get all my weekend errands done on one charge, even crossing between west Eugene and east Springfield on the freeway.Find Out More
We thought the Chevy Bolt had the best bang for the buck: great range at an affordable price.Find Out More
Because of advantageous leasing terms, the i3 was actually less expensive to lease than several EVd that have lower sticker prices.Find Out More
At the March 3 public meeting, EWEB’s Board of Commissioners hosted Bonneville Power Administration’s Elliot Mainzer.Find Out More
Electrification is a term for replacing direct fossil fuel use (e.g., natural gas, heating oil, gasoline) with electricity in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.Find Out More
By year-end, nearly 7,000 households could receive the EWEB bill credit.Find Out More
I thought to buy a LEAF but saw a Tesla Model 3 was only $3k more so I bought the Tesla.Find Out More
I can't say enough positive things about my Chevy Bolt.
First of all, it's fast. The electric motor produces 200 hp and 266 lb-ft of torque and goes from zero to 60 in 6.5 seconds.
Range? Not a problem. The Bolt has an EPA-rated range of 238 miles, but since I drive 90% around town, I rarely drain the battery, and I am able to re-charge overnight with a standard three-prong 120-volt outlet.
And since I'm an engineer working in energy conservation, driving my Bolt lets me geek-out on electric car stuff like voltage and kilowatt-hours, while enjoying the peace of mind that I'm generating zero tailpipe emissions.I
'm still getting to know all the features-it's crazy when your car is smarter than you are! The 10-inch touch screen is fun, and Nine Inch Nails sounds great through the Bose sound system.
This is definitely the nicest car I've ever owned, and I can't imagine ever going back to a gasoline engine. The only "downside" to my Bolt is that my partner is always borrowing it!
Two thumbs up for my Chevy Bolt!
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