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Pacific Power is soliciting proposals to help Blue Sky, the company's voluntary renewable energy program, keep gaining new subscribers and supporting more renewable energy in the West.

The utility is seeking bidders to provide tradable renewable energy credits, as well as retail marketing services, for two of its Oregon green power options: Blue Sky Usage and Blue Sky Habitat.

All proposals are due by July 9 at 5 p.m. PT. More information is available here.


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