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July 10 2024

July 10, 2024 Jen Connors, EWEB Communications

EWEB explores rate increases to cover rising costs and to modernize infrastructure

Amid rising inflation and other challenges, rate increases are necessary to maintain reliable utility services and fund critical investments in Eugene’s water and electric infrastructure.

July 01 2024

July 01, 2024 Aaron Orlowski, EWEB Communications

EWEB prepares for rising energy demand as weekend heat wave arrives

Electricity supply is sufficient for now, but new supplies will be necessary in the years ahead to keep pace.

June 24 2024

June 24, 2024 Aaron Orlowski, EWEB Communications

EWEB preparing for expected surge in electric vehicles

Electric vehicle (EV) sales are poised to skyrocket in the years ahead as technology improves, more models hit the market, prices fall and regulations limit the sale of gas-powered vehicles. And EWEB is preparing for this surge.

June 03 2024

June 03, 2024 Jen Connors, EWEB Communications

EWEB bids a fond farewell to College Hill Reservoir and prepares for modern drinking water storage tanks

Several hundred Eugene residents came together on May 30 for a Farewell Celebration at EWEB’s College Hill Reservoir before demolition and construction to build modern drinking water storage tanks begins later this year.

May 30 2024

May 30, 2024 By Robyn Smith, EWEB Communications

EWEB invests in satellite-based forestry analytics for vegetation management

EWEB maintains over 1,300 miles of overhead transmission and distribution lines. To aid crews in identifying hazardous vegetation growth in a sometimes heavily forested service territory, EWEB is utilizing a new satellite-based forestry analytics software called Overstory.