PUD coping with supply chain issues and material shortages
PUD coping with supply chain issues and material shortages

The Grays Harbor Public Utility District has released the following statement on concerns with disruptions to supply chains and shortages in materials as they relate to utility projects:

“Grays Harbor PUD has been experiencing challenges with supply chain and material shortages.  Strong demand, labor shortages, transportation bottlenecks and raw material constraints are causing concern about being able to meet construction timelines for electrical and fiber optic projects. 

PUD Seeks Grant for Broadband Planning
PUD Seeks Grant for Broadband Planning

The Grays Harbor PUD is exploring a CERB Broadband Planning Application for the Satsop, Wynoochee and Wishkah River Valleys in Grays Harbor County. The CERB Planning Grant will enable the PUD to conduct a feasibility study that will identify the strengths and weaknesses of a proposed broadband buildout. 

Grays Harbor PUD Power Nearly 96% Carbon Free
Grays Harbor PUD Power Nearly 96% Carbon Free

The energy sold by the Grays Harbor Public Utility District is nearly 96% carbon free, according to an annual report released by the Washington State Department of Commerce.  In the 2020 Fuel Mix Disclosure Report, the Grays Harbor PUD energy portfolio is made up of 83.94% hydropower, 10.82% nuclear power, 0.89% biomass generation, giving the PUD an energy supply that is 95.65% free of carbon emissions – a key component in the Washington state plan to reach 100% clean energy by 2045.

PUD Accepting Public Comment on Clean Energy Plan
PUD Accepting Public Comment on Clean Energy Plan

In accordance with the requirements of the Clean Energy Transformation Act (CETA), passed by the Washington State Legislature in the spring of 2019, the Grays Harbor PUD is publishing the DRAFT version of the CETA Clean Energy Implementation Plan (CEIP) for public review and comment.  The plan is accompanied by a Clean Energy Implementation Plan Customer Benefits Survey.

LIHEAP Appointment Scheduling Opens This Week
LIHEAP Appointment Scheduling Opens This Week

The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program or LIHEAP (administered by the Coastal Community Action Program) is accepting appointments for those seeking assistance in paying home energy bills.  Beginning on Thursday, April 15th at 10:00 AM, appointments may be made online at www.coastalcap.org.  If you do not have internet access, you may call on April 15th (phone # - 800-828-4883) beginning at 8:00AM.  

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