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Agency News NR 15-13 Demand Response Project update April 17, 2015NR 15-11 Former congressman, state senator receive power awards March 31, 2015NR 15-10 Sen. Tim Sheldon to receive NWPPA Public Service Award March 31, 2015NR 15-09 Sid Morrison to receive NWPPA Community Service Award March 31, 2015 Our Public Power Members & Projects Packwood Lake Hydroelectric Project110,135ProjectPackwood Lake Hydroelectric ProjectConstruction on the Packwood Lake Hydroelectric Project – Energy Northwest’s first electric power project – started in 1962, and operation began in 1964. Located five miles east of Packwood, Wash., in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, it has the capacity to produce 27.5 megawatts of electricity.302,151MemberAsotin County PUDAsotin County PUD is a customer-owned water, electric and sewer utility providing reliable service at the lowest cost possible to the city of Clarkston and residents of Asotin County.Columbia Generating Station198,145ProjectColumbia Generating StationColumbia Generating Station produces approximately 1,170 megawatts of electricity, equivalent to about 10 percent of Washington's power and 4 percent of all the electric power used in the Pacific Northwest.218,167MemberBenton PUDBenton PUD was organized by a local vote of the people in 1934 and became an operating utility in 1946. The utility currently serves more than 48,000 customers in Kennewick, Finley, Benton City, Prosser and outlining areas.Nine Canyon Wind Project226,173ProjectNine Canyon Wind ProjectThe Nine Canyon Wind Project is located in south-central Washington just south of Kennewick. Constructed in three phases between 2002 and 2007, the project includes 63 wind turbines with a maximum generating potential of 95.9 megawatts of electricity.164,85MemberChelan County PUDChelan County PUD was formed in 1936 by local voters who wanted affordable power for rural as well as urban residents. Today, the PUD operates three hydro projects that deliver clean, renewable, low-cost energy to local residents and to other utilities that serve millions of residents of the Pacific Northwest.White Bluffs Solar Station222,145ProjectWhite Bluffs Solar StationThe White Bluffs Solar Station is located 10 miles north of Richland, Wash., where the sun shines about 300 days a year. The project uses 242 photovoltaic panels to convert sunlight into 38.7 kilowatts of direct current electricity.66,131MemberCentralia City LightCentralia City Light owns and operates a complete electrical system consisting of a hydroelectric generation plant, and transmission and distribution systems. The city can currently generate more than 12 megawatts of power during peak flows, and is a relatively cheap source of power contributing to one of the lowest electrical rates in the Northwest.49,51MemberCity of Port AngelesThe City of Port Angeles formed a municipal utility in 1893, making it the fourth oldest electric utility on the West Coast. Today it serves more than 10,500 customers.210,163MemberCity of Richland Energy ServicesThe City of Richland Energy Services provides electric service to more than 23,500 residential, commercial, industrial and irrigation customers throughout a 50-square mile service territory, using nearly 500 miles of primary line and eight substations.38,51MemberClallam County PUDClallam County PUD was authorized by a vote of the people in November 1940. It has since endeavored to supply the residents of the county with reliable and affordable services. Clallam PUD serves 30,000 customers with electric service and 4,500 with water connections.77,193MemberClark Public UtilitiesClark Public Utilities is a customer-owned utility providing electric and water service. The municipality was formed by a vote of the people in 1938. They currently provide electric service to more than 184,000 customers and water service to more than 30,000 homes and businesses.66,165MemberCowlitz County PUDCowlitz County PUD provides electric service to 48,500 residential, commercial, industrial and street lighting customers countywide. Bordered by Clark, Lewis, Skamania and Wahkiakum counties, Cowlitz County contains the cities of Castle Rock, Kalama, Kelso, Longview, Ryderwood, Silver Lake, Toutle and Woodland.239,17MemberFerry County PUDFerry County PUD is a customer-owned public utility, located in northeastern Washington. Today they serve approximately 3,400 customers in Ferry and eastern Okanogan counties.219,159MemberFranklin PUDFranklin PUD is a customer-owned, non-profit electric utility voted in by the public in November 1934. They serve between 17,000 and 24,000 customers in areas of Franklin County.204,99MemberGrant County PUDGrant County PUD is a public electric utility serving more than 46,000 customers throughout Grant County. They were created in 1938 by a popular vote of the people in the county who had been struggling for 20 years to receive electricity.30,112MemberGrays Harbor PUDGrays Harbor PUD is a community-owned not-for-profit utility formed by a vote of the people in 1938. The PUD provides electrical service to most of Grays Harbor County, and small portions of Jefferson, Pacific and Lewis Counties.76,59MemberJefferson County PUDJefferson County PUD was authorized by voters to launch an electric utility in 2008. It is the first new public power utility in Washington since 1949.165,114MemberKittitas County PUDKittitas County PUD is a municipal corporation organized and existing under the laws of the state of Washington. It was established by a vote of the people is 1936. The district's service area is approximately 2,315 square miles covering most of Kittitas County and a small portion of Yakima County.140,188MemberKlickitat County PUDKlickitat County PUD was created in 1938 with its first priority to start stringing lines in Trout Lake and the Glenwood Valley. Today the PUD serves 11,600 customers and has 1,500 miles of line. That's five customers per mile of line, making the PUD still one of the state's most rural electric utilities.83,141MemberLewis County PUDLewis County PUD was formed by the people of Lewis County. The PUD provides electric service to the southeast portion of Pierce County and substantially all of Lewis County with the exception of the City of Centralia serving about 31,000 customers. The PUD also provides dark fiber lease services for local retail telecommunication companies and governmental entities. 59,100MemberMason County PUD 1Mason County PUD 1 became the first operating public utility district in the state of Washington when voters approved a proposition on Nov. 6, 1934. The PUD is publicly owned and serves approximately 5,249 electric customers. It also currently owns 33 water systems serving approximately 1,696 customers.48,100MemberMason County PUD No. 3Mason County PUD 3 was approved by the voters of Washington state in the 1930’s. The PUD serves more than 32,000 electric customers. It also provides wholesale telecommunications services at cost in its service area through a fiber optic network.202,35MemberOkanogon County PUDOkanogan County PUD service area includes all of Okanogan County (5,315 square miles), which is the largest county in the state of Washington. The PUD serves approximately 20,000 customers composed mainly of residential, commercial and irrigation accounts. In addition, the utility provides wholesale telecommunications service via a fiber-optic and wireless network. This system also serves the internal needs of the district for communications and SCADA.30,130MemberPacific County PUD No. 2Pacific County PUD is a progressive customer-owned utility providing electricity, water and wholesale telecommunication services in Pacific County. In November 1932, the PUD was approved by a majority vote, but was not activated. The PUD began servicing 4,800 customers in 1940. It now serves nearly 17,000 residential, commercial, industrial and irrigation customers throughout Pacific County.302,45MemberPend Oreille County PUDPend Oreille County PUD was established in 1936 and commenced operations in 1948. The District is comprised of three primary operating systems: the Box Canyon Hydro System; which produces hydroelectric power from the Box Canyon Dam; the Electric System, which distributes electricity to approximately 8,500 customers in Pend Oreille County; and the Water System, which owns and operates nine individual water distribution systems within the district. The PUD also provides wholesale broadband services.92,78MemberSeattle City LightSeattle City Light was created by the citizens of Seattle in 1902 serving customers with electricity and related services. Today Seattle City Light is a recognized national leader in energy efficiency and environmental stewardship.109,187MemberSkamania County PUDSkamania County PUD is a customer-owned utility providing electric service in Skamania County. The PUD was formed in 1938 and also has two water systems serving customers in Carson and Underwood, Wash. 98,62MemberSnohomish County PUDSnohomish County PUD is the second largest publicly owned utility in Washington. The PUD serves more than 320,000 electric customers and 20,000 water customers. Their service territory covers more than 2,200 square miles, including all of Snohomish County and Camano Island. 89,100MemberTacoma Public UtilitiesTacoma Power serves more than 160,000 customers in their service area which stretches across Tacoma to University Place, Fircrest, portions of Fife, Lakewood, Federal Way, Steilacoom, Joint Base Lewis-McChord and other portions of Pierce County as far south as Roy.43,157MemberWahkiakum County PUDWahkiakum PUD provides electric and water service to residents and businesses in Wahkiakum County.