Green Power Program nears milestone!

The City of Missoula, Missoula County and the City of Bozeman have been working with NorthWestern Energy for the past several years to develop the Green Power Program, formerly known as a renewable rate option or a green tariff. The program is a key strategy to reach our respective 100% clean electricity goals.

We are approaching an important milestone by requesting elected officials to adopt a term sheet negotiated with NorthWestern Energy. While non-binding, the term sheet serves as the framework for how the program will work going forward. If the term sheet is adopted, the City of Missoula and Missoula County will enter into binding agreements to submit the program to the Public Service Commission for approval.

Comments are welcome on this page in the Forum tab. You may also provide verbal testimony during the City of Missoula's Climate, Conservation, and Parks Committee on Wednesday, Nov. 8, and during the joint City-County public hearing on Monday, Dec. 11.

The Missoula County commissioners and the Missoula City Council will held a joint public hearing at on Dec. 11 and adopted the term sheet for the Green Power Program.

For more information, please refer to the FAQs on this page and read the term sheet here.

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