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75 years ago Grant County citizens stood in the face of an unknown energy future. Failure was not an option then and it's not an option now. This brief video highlights the determination and vision which led to the formation Grant County PUD. We hope that you will join us in celebrating 75 years of ...
Learn the history of Vantage, Washington and Grant PUD's role in the evolution of this scenic community along the Columbia River.
The history of Priest Rapids and Wanapum Dams.
You have front row seats to a seldom seen project at Wanapum Dam. Watch as our crews place the final turbine in the pit at Wanapum Dam. Learn more about this important work by visiting our website: http://www.grantpud.org/your-pud/projects/wanapum-dam-turbine-and-generator-replacement-project
Grant PUD and contractors install the first steel tendon at Wanapum. These repairs move us closer to increasing the river elevation, restoring public access to the shoreline, increasing electric generation, improving public safety concerns and protecting culturally sensitive sites.
The Wanapum Dam Fish Bypass allows downstream migrating salmonids a non-turbine fish passage alternative route past Wanapum Dam on the Columbia River. Completed in 2008, the award-winning design and engineering are examples of Grant PUD committment to innovation and caring for the environment from w...
Grant PUD can help you save energy. Visit grantpud.org to learn more.
The Priest Rapids Hatchery Project is a renovation of the existing hatchery facility located on the left bank below Priest Rapids Dam. The improvements to this hatchery allow Grant PUD to achieving our mandated requirement of spawning, incubating and rearing 7.1 million fall Chinook salmon.
Grant PUD's High Speed Network is surprisingly fast.
Watch as our line workers and contractors repair damage to power equipment caused by the storm that hit Grant County on Sept. 15, 2013.
Watch this video to learn how Grant PUD is doing the right thing for fish while also providing your home with clean, reliable energy.
Using Grant PUD's ePay online bill pay service puts you ahead.
Watch some of Grant PUD's great linemen compete in the ninth-annual Andrew York Lineman Rodeo held Saturday, June 15 in Wenatchee's Walla Walla Point Park. The rodeo shows some of the skills that our linemen use every day to safely keep our power flowing in Grant County.
Grant PUD employees move a 187-ton stator for Generator No. 1 at Wanapum Dam on Friday, May 3. The project is part of an on-going effort to install new generators at the dam.
Check out the modifications to Wanapum Dam's fish ladders. We have had to make modifications given the reduced river elevation on this stretch of the Columbia River. These modifications will allow us to pass the record breaking salmon runs that are anticipated this summer and fall. More than 23,000 ...
The Grant PUD Lands & Recreation Crew captured this time-lapse video of the Colockum Ridge-Tarpiscan Fire burning to the shoreline of the Columbia River just down-river from Rock Island Dam.
Experience speed like never before with Grant PUD's High Speed Network. Visit grantpud.org or call 888-254-1899 to learn more.
The Columbia to Rocky Ford 230 Kv Line is a 35.3 mile transmission line bringing Priest Rapids Project power from Bonneville Power Administration's Columbia Substation in Douglas County to Grant PUD's Rocky Ford Substation, located near Rocky Ford Creek off Highway 17.
PR Turbine-Generator Building
Get a first look at the finished Priest Rapids Dam Turbine Generator Building.