Environmental Commitment

​​​​​​​​​Energy Northwest is committed to doing its part to take care of the environment. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Our Environmental Stewardship Program (ESP) is a systematic approach to managing environmental hazards and potential impacts. It helps us identify environmental risks and prevent negative impacts by putting necessary controls and programs in place, monitoring and measuring environmental performance, continually improving and sharing our progress with interested parties. ​Read our Environmental Stewardship Policy.​

For more than 60 years, Energy Northwest has produced carbon-free energy – first through hydroelectric power, later by adding nuclear, wind and solar. Generating clean energy is vital to protecting the environment for current and future generations.

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 Environmental Stewardship

​Energy Northwest promotes consideration of the environment in everything it does. To the fullest extent possible, activities are designed and conducted to reduce and manage adverse environmental impacts and risks to natural resources and human health. Opportunities to improve the environment are continually pursued.

Environmental Stewardship Policy - PDF Format

 Continual Improvement

​Energy Northwest’s ESP formalizes its commitment to improving environmental performance throughout the organization. By setting goals and measuring performance, a level of continual improvement can be reached in all processes.

 Environmental Compliance

​Employees are dedicated to complying with all applicable environmental requirements. Internal controls are established where no regulatory limits exist to further protect the environment.

 Pollution Prevention

​Energy Northwest prevents pollution first by minimizing hazardous materials use, spills, waste generation and by conserving natural resources. Priority is then given to reuse and recycling.


​Information on Energy Northwest’s environm​ental stewardship policy, programs and environmental performance is widely shared.