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Apply for a $200 Bill Credit

July 1, 2024

The PUD was recently awarded $13.7 million in funding through the Washington Families Clean Energy Credits Grant Program. This money is dedicated to distributing one-time $200 bill credits to assist low- and moderate-income PUD customers.

How to apply

Apply using the blue button below. Bill credits are prioritized for customers at or below 80% area median income (AMI). If funds remain, customers up to 150% AMI may be eligible. If you are interested in this or future programs, please apply.

Click here to apply for a $200 bill credit

We will begin reviewing applications on July 22 and will apply credits as funding allows. If approved, you will receive notification and see the credit applied to your bill.

Check this page for updates

This is the first round of funding through the Climate Commitment Act. The PUD is also developing a program that will distribute free energy-efficient appliances to qualifying customers. Watch this page for additional savings opportunities.

Climate commitment act (CCA) logo. The Climate Commitment Act logo is a symbol of the state's commitment to fighting climate change and pollution.This program is supported with funding from Washington’s Climate Commitment Act. The CCA supports Washington’s climate action efforts by putting cap-and-invest dollars to work reducing climate pollution, creating jobs and improving public health. Information about the CCA is available at

Program FAQs

Will this program impact my rates?

No. This program is funded entirely by money from the state’s Climate Commitment Act, including PUD administration costs.

How will I know if I qualify for a bill credit?

After collecting customers’ information over the next month, the PUD will determine customer eligibility based on their income. Once eligibility is determined, the PUD will send a letter to each customer informing them of the bill credit or future program offerings.

Is there a deadline for qualifying?

Yes. All bill credit funds must be disbursed by Sept. 15, 2024.

Why does the survey ask for more information beyond my income level?

The bill credits are the first of several utility, state, and federal opportunities. Information from this survey will be used to determine eligibility for current and future offerings, so the more information you provide allows to consider you for other programs. We look forward to offering opportunities for no cost/low-cost energy efficiency in the near future and are hoping to use this survey to continue the conversation with qualifying customers.