Service area: 2,200 square miles, including all of Snohomish County and Camano Island.
Electric line miles: 6,547
New electric service connections: 4,339
- Residential: 322,225
- Commercial: 32,443
- Industrial: 81
- Other (street lighting, temporary lighting, etc.): 204
- Total Customers: 354,953
Generating capacity (Jackson Hydro Project, Woods Creek Hydro Project, Youngs Creek Hydro Project, Calligan Hydro Project, Hancock Hydro Project): 132 megawatts (MW)
Average number of employees: 1,046
Energy sales: 7,932,734 megawatt-hours (MWh)
Operating revenues : $671,584,000
2019 Retail Power Resources:
|Bonneville Power Administration (net of Slice sales)
|PUD Hydro (Jackson, Woods Creek, Youngs Creek)
|Other Renewables (biogas, co-generation, solar & contracted small hydro)
*The PUD’s 2019 market purchases reflect above-average demand during colder-than-normal temperatures in February and March, and below-average conditions for hydropower generation. Historically, the PUD’s market purchases range from 4 to 6 percent.
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2019 Fuel Mix:
Washington state law requires utilities to publish their fuel mix for customers.
|Coal Generation 1
|Natural Gas Generation 1
|Nuclear Generation 2
|Other Generation 3
|Unspecified 2, 4
Note: Total may not add up to 100% due to rounding.
Based on data received from the state of Washington on 9/11/20.
1The PUD does not have coal or natural gas resources in its power supply portfolio. It does make market purchases to balance or match its loads and resources. These purchases, along with market purchases made by BPA, may incidentally include coal or natural gas resources, which are assigned to the utility.
3Includes biomass, other bio-genic/non-biogenic, solar, biogas.
4The 2019 Legislative update to the Fuel Mix Disclosure requirement adds a new category for "unspecified resources" of electric power. For information on this update, visit the Washington State Department of Commerce website: Fuel Disclosure