Community Solar Project
Benton PUD plans to break ground in April on the first local community solar project. The cost of the project is covered by participants. To participate, customers can purchase units for $250 each. In return, participants receive a proportionate credit on their electricity bill for solar power produced by the project as well as the state energy production credits.
Renewables in Our Community
Benton PUD is proud of the investment we have made in renewables to ensure our community is sustainable for years to come.
Advanced Meter Information
Learn more about how our advanced meters result in improved system performance and efficiency.
Benton PUD Earned a Diamond RP3 Designation
Benton PUD earned a Diamond RP3 designation, the highest designation awarded, by the American Public Power Association Reliability Public Power Provider (RP3) program. Click here to learn more about the Benton PUD as a RP3 utility.
Benton PUD considering a rate increase and new rate design
Benton PUD is considering a rate increase and new rate design effective September 1, 2015. The rate increase will range depending on rate class. As part of the new rate design, residential customers will see the "Monthly Base Charge" replaced with a "Daily System Charge." On average, this change will result in an increase of $4.55 each month for residential customers. Click here to read more.
Conservation Audits for Commercial Customers
Benton PUD has contracted with Terry Mapes from the Bonneville Power Administration to perform energy efficiency audits for our commercial customers. The audits will help identify electrical efficiency improvements that may be eligible for incentives. If you are a commercial customer interested in saving money and energy contact Kevin Fischer, Energy Efficiency Advisor at (509) 585-5395.
Rebates for Fueling Stations
Get $350 per fixture for qualifying canopy lighting when relpacing existing 320w or 400w HIDs with LEDs. Click here for more.
Save Money and Stay Cool
Upgrade to a ductless heat pump and you could save between 25% and 50% per year on your electric bill. Click here to learn more.
Heat Pump Water Heaters
Twice as efficient as conventional electric tank-style. Click here for rebate information.
Use the checklist to make your home more energy efficient.
Light Bulb Recycling
Click here from a collection site near you.
Wondering how much power your television uses? Check this out!
Understand the costs associated with your bill.