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Currently, most of our power is purchased from the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), and most of BPA’s power is generated by dams built by the federal government throughout the Pacific Northwest — primarily on the Columbia and Snake rivers.
We are also actively researching and developing other sources of power in an effort to create a more balanced mix of energy sources and help reduce our dependence on energy from BPA. These efforts include our current power sources (hydroelectric, biomass, wind, and landfill gas) as well as those in development (tidal and geothermal). You can also learn more about what the Snohomish County PUD is doing to meet future growth and invest in renewable energy sources in our Integrated Resource Plan.
View a map of our renewable resources.
When asked about how “important” it is in general that a utility invests in renewable energy sources, our customers rated this factor 8.25 on a 0 to 10 scale.
When asked if “committed to protecting Snohomish County’s environment” describes Snohomish PUD, our customers rated us 8.35 on a 0 to 10 scale.
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A portion of the PUD's environmental attributes have been sold to fund the utility's renewable energy R&D projects.
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