Where does Oregon’s 3% of nuclear energy come from? [Alan Journet]

Oregon’s electrical energy comes from power plants that are located inside and outside the state.  Recall that Pacific Power gets 62.97% of its electricity from coal-fired power plants, all of which are outside the state. Meanwhile 14. 72% is from natural gas-fired plants and 9.4% from ‘Other’ which probably includes out-of-state nuclear sources.  Portland General Electric has mainly natural gas plants and the only coal-fired plant in Oregon (Boardman).  But, thanks to 2017 legislation, that will be closing by 2030.