PUD rates are set by the Board of Commissioners. The rates are divided into “schedules,” depending on the type of service you receive.
The PUD uses a two-season rate charge. The summer rate is in effect from April 1 to September 30, while the slightly higher winter rate covers October 1 to March 31.
As of April 1, 2013, residential billing rates are about 8.7 cents per kilowatt-hour for summer usage and 9.1 cents per kilowatt-hour for winter usage. See Schedule 7 for full details.
Electric Utility Rates (to view, see "Electric Rates" file to the right)
- Schedule 7 - Residential Services*
- Schedule 20 - General Service, Medium Load
- Schedule 23 - Special Continuous Service
- Schedule 24 - Time of Use General Service
- Schedule 25 - General Service, Small Load
- Schedule 35 - Primary Service
- Schedule 36 - Large Primary Services
- Schedule 37 - New Large Single Loads
- Schedule 38 - Large 115 kV Service
- Schedule 50 - Market-based Services
- Schedule 80 - Renewable Energy Program ("Green Blocks")
- Schedule 81 - Renewable Energy Program ("Planet Power")*
- Schedule 82 - Adjustments
- Schedule 90 - Cogeneration & Small Power Production Purchases From Facilities Smaller Than 100 kW
- Schedule 200 - Net Metering Program*
- Schedule 210 - Demand Exchange
*These rate schedules apply to residential customers. Schedules 81 and 200 apply to both residential and business customers.
Street Lighting Rates (rev. 1/1/05) - Click here to view
- Schedule 1 - Municipal Street Lighting Service
- Schedule 2 - Suburban Street Lighting Service
- Schedule 3 - Area Lighting Service
- Schedule 4 - Municipal Owned and Maintained Street Lighting Service
- Schedule 5 - Suburban Street Lighting Service