Grant County PUD
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About Grant County PUD
Grant County PUD provides electricity to 15 cities in Washington. Recently, the company reported a customer count of 52,228 accounts. Exactly 39,638 are residential properties, 7,396 are commercial customers and 5,194 are industrial accounts. Grant County PUD has an average residential electricity rate of 5.66 cents per kilowatt hour. This is 59.89% below the nationwide average rate of 14.11 cents, ranking the supplier at 38th lowest for average electricity rate out of 2923 providers in the US. The supplier engaged in both the end user sales and the wholesale electricity market in 2020, with sales to end users equaling 4,986,438 megawatt hours and wholesale sales adding up to 5,324,303 megawatt hours. The electricity they sourced was made up of megawatt hours produced by the company and megawatt hours that they purchased on wholesale channels. In 2020, they made a total of $321,372,000 from business activities relating to the sale and transfer of electricity. They had revenue of $209,777,000 coming from retail sales to end users and $109,681,000 from sales to the wholesale market.
The United States average monthly residential power bill is $125.95, while the Grant County PUD average is 24.73% less at $94.8 per month. Production facilities owned by Grant County PUD produce 10,233,347 megawatt hours, which is the 3rd highest in the state out of 3509 providers. Electricity generation from renewable fuels by the provider totals 10,233,347 megawatt hours. This ranks the company 22nd in the nation out of the 3509 suppliers we track. By megawatt hours generated, Grant County PUD is the 123rd largest out of 3509 providers in the nation.
Grant County PUD is one of 48 electric providers in the state who offer net metering to their consumers. This is a positive for any consumer potentially installing solar panels, as net metering allows them to sell their excess wattage back to the electricity company.
Energy loss is a part of life when working with electricity transmission. Grant County PUD currently averages a loss of approximately 7.87% of the aggregate electricity they produce. This percentage of loss earns them a rank of 1333rd best out of 3509 suppliers who report energy loss in the country.
Grant County PUD Rate & Electric Bills
Grant County PUD residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in March.
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Grant County PUD Overview
- Company Type:Political Subdivision
- Headquarters:30 C Street Southwest
Ephrata, Washington 98823
United States of America
- CEO:Kevin Nordt
Grant County PUD Contact
- Customer Service Phone:(509) 766-2505
- Contact Page:www.grantpud.org
- Social Media:
Grant County PUD Service
- Rates & Plans:www.grantpud.org
- Outage Phone:(800) 216-226
- States Served:
- Counties Served:
- Grant County
- Major Cities Served:
- Moses Lake
- Cascade Valley CDP
- Moses Lake North CDP
- Desert Aire CDP
- Royal City
- Soap Lake
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Quick Facts About Grant County PUD
Grant County PUD is 5th out of 3509 electric suppliers in the US for total megawatt hours produced from hydroelectric power.
Grant County PUD's energy loss due to business operations.
Total Energy Loss
1333 National Rank
Grant County PUD Energy Makeup
Grant County PUD Coverage Map
Grant County PUD State Coverage
|State||Customers||Sales ($)||State Rank Based On Revenue||% of Provider's Residential Sales in State|
Grant County PUD County Coverage
Power Plants Owned by Grant County PUD
|Plant||City/County||State||Primary Fuel Type||Production (MWh)||Emission (kg)||Emissions/MWh||Toxic Chemical Release||Closing Date|
WanapumGrant County PUD (100.00%)
|Kittitas County||WA||Conventional Hydroelectric||5,405,105|
Priest RapidsGrant County PUD (100.00%)
|Grant County||WA||Conventional Hydroelectric||4,828,242|
Grant County PUD Fuel Makeup
Cities Grant County PUD Has Coverage
- Coulee City, WA
- Coulee Dam, WA
- Electric City, WA
- Ephrata, WA
- George, WA
- Grand Coulee, WA
- Hartline, WA
- Krupp, WA
- Mattawa, WA
- Moses Lake, WA
- Quincy, WA
- Royal City, WA
- Soap Lake, WA
- Warden, WA
- Wilson Creek, WA
* City coverage generated based on government data. Always verify you can get service from the provider.
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Grant County PUD FAQ:
What percentage of Grant County PUD's electricity is generated from nonrenewable fuels?
Grant County PUD generates 0% of their electricity using nonrenewable fuel sources.
How many power plants are owned by or associated with Grant County PUD?
Grant County PUD owns or is associated with 2 power plants.
What is the phone number for Grant County PUD?
You can reach Grant County PUD by phone via (509) 766-2505.
What percentage of Grant County PUD's electricity is generated using renewable fuel sources?
Electric facilities owned by or associated with Grant County PUD produce 100.00% of their electricity from renewable fuel sources.
Who is the CEO of Grant County PUD?
Grant County PUD's current CEO is Kevin Nordt.
What is the average bundled electricity rate for Grant County PUD customers?
The average bundled price of electricity for customers of Grant County PUD is 5.66 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).
What is the average bundled bill for Grant County PUD customers each month?
Customers of Grant County PUD pay, on average, a monthly bundled bill of $94.80.
What cities does Grant County PUD provider electricity to?
Grant County PUD provides electricity to 15 cities in the United States including Washington.