Clean Hydro Campaign
The Clean Hydro campaign promotes hydro as a clean, renewable resource. Click on the link above to learn more.
Automated Meter Information
Learn more about how our automated meters result in improved system performance and efficiency.
Local Utilities Demonstrate Energy Storage Device
Benton PUD is partnering with Franklin PUD and the City of Richland to test the Grid.Balancer, a device that stores electricity.
Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project
Benton PUD, led by Battelle, is partnering with the BPA and 11 other utilities in the region to test new technologies and capabilities of the electric grid.
Mid-Columbia Energy Initiative
MCEI, a program of TRIDEC, focuses on energy opportunities for our community.
Memorial Day Closure
In honor of Memorial Day, our offices will be closed on Monday, May 27. We will reopen on Tuesday, May 28 at 8:30 am.
May is National Electrical Safety Month
Benton PUD reminds you and your family about the importance of electrical safety. Regular checkups are critical to the safety of your home. Click here for some electrical safety habits you can practice in your home.
Benton PUD Receives Tree Line USA Award
Benton PUD received the Tree Line USA award for the 14th consecutive year. The award was founded by the National Arbor Day Foundation to recognize utilities for national leadership in utility arboricultural.
Are you a Landlord? Do you have a Landlord Agreement in place?
A Landlord Agreement is a convenient way for you to request continuous service at your rental property when your tenants move out. To receive a Landlord Agreement call Customer Service at (509) 582-2175 in Kennewick or (509) 786-1841 in Prosser or click above.
It's easy! You can change your bill due date.
We now offer the option to choose when your bill is due. You can change your bill due date online or by contacting Customer Service at (509) 582-2175 in Kennewick or (509) 786-1841 in Prosser.
Understand the costs associated with your bill.
Benton PUD partners with the City of Kennewick
Benton PUD presented a rebate check to the City of Kennewick for energy efficiency improvements made that will result in three million kilowatt-hours of energy savings. The project included upgrades to lighting in 21 city-owned buildings, including the Toyota Center & Arena and city streetlights.
Zirkle Fruit Company was recognized for the recent energy efficient upgrades made to their facility that will save almost 3.5 million kilowatt-hours of energy annually. The project was made possible through the BPA's Energy Smart Industrial (ESI) program and Benton PUD.
Wondering how much power your television uses? Check this out!
Use the checklist to make your home more energy efficient.