100% Clean Electricity Initiative

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Green Power Program

The Green Power Program would allow NorthWestern Energy customers to support and benefit from a new source of renewable energy in Montana, such as a new wind or solar farm. Local governments, businesses and residents would then have the option to subscribe to pay a special rate and receive a portion of their energy supply from this renewable energy source. By subscribing to the program, customers would pay the costs of the new renewable energy source over time and receive the benefits it produces, including the environmental benefits and the clean energy’s economic value on the market. Learn more in the FAQs to the right.

Read the full term sheet here.

Missoula is committed to addressing the climate change emergency by taking actionable steps that reduce carbon pollution while building a healthy, resilient community. In 2019, Missoula County, the City of Missoula, Climate Smart Missoula and other community partners began the ambitious journey of transitioning our community’s power supply to 100% clean electricity. This effort reflects the values and engagement of Missoula’s citizens, coupled with local government leadership, listening and thoughtful planning. This page serves as our forum to share information and seek input from the community as we work toward 100% clean electricity for Missoula.

Getting Involved

Our team will use this page to ask and answer questions, provide updates, and gather feedback and stories. We hope you'll engage with us here, or at any of our in-person or virtual meetings and workshops. As these steps unfold, we'll reach out using this platform to get community feedback. See the updates in the News Feed below to get caught up on the progress we've made so far.

Green Power Program

The Green Power Program would allow NorthWestern Energy customers to support and benefit from a new source of renewable energy in Montana, such as a new wind or solar farm. Local governments, businesses and residents would then have the option to subscribe to pay a special rate and receive a portion of their energy supply from this renewable energy source. By subscribing to the program, customers would pay the costs of the new renewable energy source over time and receive the benefits it produces, including the environmental benefits and the clean energy’s economic value on the market. Learn more in the FAQs to the right.

Read the full term sheet here.

Missoula is committed to addressing the climate change emergency by taking actionable steps that reduce carbon pollution while building a healthy, resilient community. In 2019, Missoula County, the City of Missoula, Climate Smart Missoula and other community partners began the ambitious journey of transitioning our community’s power supply to 100% clean electricity. This effort reflects the values and engagement of Missoula’s citizens, coupled with local government leadership, listening and thoughtful planning. This page serves as our forum to share information and seek input from the community as we work toward 100% clean electricity for Missoula.

Getting Involved

Our team will use this page to ask and answer questions, provide updates, and gather feedback and stories. We hope you'll engage with us here, or at any of our in-person or virtual meetings and workshops. As these steps unfold, we'll reach out using this platform to get community feedback. See the updates in the News Feed below to get caught up on the progress we've made so far.

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