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Customer Testimonials

Read about how our customers saved energy and reduced their PUD electric bills.

ACRO Machining (click to view) Acro Machining focused its attention on cutting operating costs through energy-efficiency improvements. Click here to find out more.
Alderwood Business Center (click to view) Alderwood Business Center made HVAC and lighting improvements that increased its ENERGY STAR rating from 49 to a stellar 91. Click here to find out more.
Campbell Nelson Nissan & Volkswagen (click to view) Campbell-Nelson Nissan & Volkswagen worked with the PUD on one of the first large-scale lighting projects utilizing high-performance T5HO fluorescent lights by businesses in Snohomish County. Click here to find out more.
Crown Distributing (click to view) Crown Distributing came to an important conclusion following a PUD energy audit. It could upgrade lighting in its warehouse and greatly reduce its energy costs. Click here to find out more.
Dillon Works!(click to view) Dillon Works! began exploring options for lighting shop areas in its facility in order to both generate energy savings and create a better work environment. Click here to find out more.
Embassy Suites (click to view) Embassy Suites approached the PUD to help in its efforts to lower operating costs and improve energy efficiency and guest comfort. Click here to find out more.
Esterline Korry (click to view) Esterline Korry's new facility will provide cost-savings and environmental benefits for years to come. Click here to find out more.
City of Everett (click to view) By installing nearly 4,000 LED traffic lights, the City of Everett estimates annual energy savings of 1.6 million kilowatt-hours in addition to saving significant staff time for replacing burned-out lights since the new lights last much longer. Click here to find out more.
Everett Community College (click to view) Everett Community College has worked on over 40 energy-efficiency projects with the PUD, including its first green building, Gray Wolf Hall. Click here to find out more.
Everett Mutual Tower (click to view) The Everett Mutual Tower's power expenses were escalating so cost-containment became a major focus. Click here to find out more.
Everett Mutual Tower (click to view) Everett Public Schools' Energy Upgrade Report shows how funding -- including PUD incentives -- helped it move towards greater energy efficiency. Click here to find out more.
Fluke (click to view) Projects at Fluke Corporation have produced significant energy savings, reduced operating expenses and improved comfort and overall lighting quality at its facility. Click here to find out more.
Hinds Bock (click to view) Hinds Bock was the first company to benefit from the PUD’s New Construction incentive program, focusing on optimizing lighting and automatic controls in its new machine shop. Click here to find out more.
Honeycutt Machine (click to view) Working with the PUD, Honeycutt Machine began focusing on how to reduce electrical energy consumption to lower operating costs. Click here to find out more.
Jackson Food Stores (click to view) By switching to LED lights, Jackson Food Stores has dramatically reduced the light extending out into the surrounding neighborhood, while at the same time providing excellent coverage for customers fueling their vehicles. Click here to find out more.
NetRiver (click to view) As a major data center, NetRiver was able to save $110,000 annually because of its energy-efficiency improvements. Click here to find out more.
PCC Natural Markets (click to view) PCC Natural Markets worked with the PUD from initial design through construction of its Edmonds store. Click here to find out more.
Providence Regional Medical Center (click to view) Providence opened its new 12-story, 680,000-s.f. medical center, which is expected to achieve the highest level of energy savings of any of its 27 hospitals in the Western United States. Click here to find out more.