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Lead Green


As an EWEB customer, you’re already using clean, renewable energy and investing in McKenzie Watershed protection.

But together we can do more.

Many EWEB customers want to do more to support renewable energy and take action on climate change. EWEB’s Lead Green programs can help you put your money where your values are. These investments by customers are used to finance projects that benefit the environment.

Because clean air and water are worth the extra investment to achieve a sustainable future.

Support business that invest in Lead Green Programs

Our Lead Green business partners voluntarily support clean, sustainable energy and encourage renewable energy projects in the local community. 

We know many community members share this commitment to protecting the environment. If sustainable business practices are an important factor in your buying decision, consider choosing one of our Lead Green business partners next time your are shopping.

List of Lead Green businesses

Greenpower
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Pay a little more in your monthly bill to support local projects, rooftop solar and renewable energy.

Carbon offsets
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After you maximize ways to save energy and reduce carbon emissions, you can neutralize your remaining carbon footprint with carbon offsets added right to your EWEB bill.

Carbon forestry lab
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Support local carbon forestry projects aimed at expanding our understanding of natural climate solutions and enhancing the McKenzie Watershed.

Rooftop solar incentives
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Install rooftop solar panels to supplement the clean, reliable electricity you get from EWEB.

Cleanpower
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Purchase Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) by enrolling in Cleanpower and help displace dirty energy sources with wind, solar and other zero-emission energy sources.