Integrated Resource Plan


You’re invited!

Integrated Resource Plan Town Hall

EWEB’s plan for a clean energy future

In the future, our community will need more clean electricity as people switch to electric vehicles and electric heating and cooling. How will EWEB meet this need?

We’re developing a plan called an Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) to ensure our community has a sufficient supply of reliable, affordable and renewable electricity for the next 20 years. During the town hall, we will share the results with you, then answer questions and hear your feedback!

Please join us for EWEB’s IRP Town Hall

Tuesday, Feb. 21 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

EWEB’s Roosevelt Operations Center at 4200 Roosevelt Blvd, Eugene, OR 97402

EWEB’s 2022 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) forecasts EWEB's future electricity needs and assesses which mix of energy resources might best fit those needs. This will help us create useful insights for long-term (20-year) electricity supply planning decisions. The 2022 IRP will be the first in an iterative, biennial process as EWEB re-assembles an electric supply portfolio for the long-term economic, environmental and social benefit of our community.

We have published an initial public draft of the 2022 IRP, and we encourage you to read it at the links below. This draft is a benchmark to start the conversation: We will continue our analysis process for the first half of 2023. During this time, we want to hear from you. What questions do you have about our initial results that we can answer through further analysis?

After collecting public input, we plan to publish a final draft in June 2023. Then, we will begin work on the next IRP, for 2024.

Eugene City Club: EWEB General Manager Frank Lawson discusses EWEB' draft Integrated Resource Plan

Watch the recording on City Club’s YouTube channel