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What's New at Benton PUD

Advanced Meter Upgrade
Learn more about our Advanced Meter Upgrade project.

Commission Passes Resolution to Oppose Initiative 732
Initiative 732 will be on the November 2016 ballot. This measure would impose a carbon emission tax on certain fossil fuels and fossil-fuel-generated electricity, reduce the sales tax by one percentage point and increase a low-income exemption, and reduce certain manufacturing taxes. At an open public meeting, the Benton PUD Commission passed a resolution opposing Initiative 732 to take a formal position to better inform customers of the potential impacts of the measure if voted into law to the extent permitted under RCW 42.17A.

Breaking News

Commission Approves Rate Increase for September 2016
Benton PUD Commission approved a retail rate increase that would raise the average residential bill by approximately $5.50 a month effective September 1, 2016.  Learn more here.

Between the Lines - Summer 2016

Energy Savings

Energy Efficiency Projects for Low Income Customers
Benton PUD has an energy efficiency program specifically designed for low income families to use on weatherization projects, heat pumps and ductless heat pumps for your home.   For more information, contact our Energy Programs department at (509) 582-1234 and we'll send you information on qualification requirements and set up a home audit to determine what measures fit your needs.

 
Check out our rebates on.....

Ductless Heat Pump:  You could save between 25% and 50% per year on your electric bill.  Click here to learn more.

Heat Pump Water Heater:  Heat pump water heaters are twice as efficient as conventional electric tank-style.  Click here for rebate information.

 

Do-it-Yourself Home Energy Audit

Use the checklist to make your home more energy efficient.

 

Incentives for Commercial Customers
Benton PUD is contracting with BPA to perform energy efficiency audits to help you identify incentives you may be eligible for. If you are interested, please contact Kevin Fischer, Energy Efficiency Advisor at (509) 585-5395.

 

Light Bulb Recycling

Click here from a collection site near you.