PUD Offices Closed Monday, February 20, 2017 ~ New ~

All Okanogan PUD offices will be closed Monday, February 20th in honor of Presidents' Day. Offices will reopen with normal business hours Tuesday, February 21st. 

 

Notice of Special Meeting ~ New ~

There will be a Special Meeting of the Board of Commissioners of Public Utility District No. 1 of Okanogan County on Thursday, February 23, 2017 commencing at 12:30 p.m. in the PUD Auditorium located at 1331 Second Avenue North in Okanogan.   The Special Meeting is being held as a Board Workshop for the purpose of reviewing the proposed Electric System Equity Management Plan and Electric System Cost-of-Service and Rate Design Study.

 

Discover the Power of the Northwest Dams ~ New ~

 

Discover the Power of the Northwest Dams

Thank you to Northwest River Partners for producing and allowing us to share this video, 'Discover the Power of the Northwest Dams'. To find out more about hydropower in the Northwest visit: nwriverpartners.org

 

Thank you to Northwest River Partners for producing and allowing us to share this video, 'Discover the Power of the Northwest Dams'. To find out more about hydropower in the Northwest visit: nwriverpartners.org

Hydropower STEM Career Academy ~ New ~

News Release
Hydropower STEM Career Academy in June at Rocky Reach Dam

Students who will be entering grades 9 through 12 are invited to register for a week of fun and learning June 19 to 24 at the FWEE Hydropower and STEM Career Academy at Rocky Reach Dam.

The Academy, which is sponsored by the Foundation for Water and Energy Education (FWEE) and host partner Chelan County PUD, focuses on hydropower careers that require science, technology, engineering and mathematic skills (STEM).

Okanogan PUD Breaks Energy Usage Record ~ New ~

Due to bitterly cold temperatures, energy demand in Okanogan County hit a record breaking 178 megawatts at 8:00 am Thursday morning. This surpassed a previous historic load record of 173 megawatts set in December 2008.  

December 2016 shattered previous month high usage records with PUD customers using a total of 82,986 megawatt hours. The previous record was 82,582 megawatts set in December 2008. It is estimated that by the end of this month, January, Okanogan County residents will again break the high usage record that was just set in December.  

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