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Rates & Fees

Effective March 1, 2021, Grant County PUD Commissioners authorized removing Cryptocurrency Mining load activity and / or use from the Evolving Industry classification.

New electric service requests submitted for Cryptocurrency Mining are included as part of the concentration risk calculation.  If requests plus existing loads exceed the 5% concentration risk threshold (~50 MW), Cryptocurrency Mining will be assessed for inclusion in the Evolving Industry class.  If it is determined that Cryptocurrency Mining is an Evolving Industry, the load on the request will be subject to Rate Schedule 17 no matter when the request was submitted.

How it adds up

Our rates, fees and policies are set by the publically-elected board of commissioners. They are subject for review. You will find the latest rates, fees and policies below.

Our Rates

SELECT RATE SHEET

RESIDENTIAL SERVICE RATE 1

RESIDENTIAL SERVICE RATE 1

To single family dwelling, individual apartment or farmhouse for single-phase service.

Please note: Current rate sheet depicts the most recently approved Rate Schedule.

BASIC CHARGE
$0.55 / day
ENERGY CHARGE
$0.04547 / kWh
MINIMUM CHARGE
$20.00 / mo.
 
RATE SHEETS (PDF)

Current Rate  

2017

HISTORICAL RATE INCREASES

HOW WE SET RATES


CURRENT FEE SCHEDULE

Other Fees

ACCOUNT SERVICE CHARGE

A fixed, one-time charge per service address to have electrical service put in your name. This charge is added to the first billing.

BASIC CHARGE

A fixed charge based on the cost of the meter and the electric wires to bring electricity to your home or business. This charge also covers the cost of maintaining customer account records. A Basic Charge is billed even if no electricity is used.

NSF CHARGE

In addition to charges from your bank, Grant PUD will charge $20 for checks returned for non-sufficient funds or closed accounts.

Achieving predictable energy prices

Grant County enjoys some of the lowest power prices in the nation. We strive daily to make decision to balance future investments while meeting present-day needs. Our current pricing strategy is focused on implementing small, predictable annual increases when needed. By doing so, we can cover rising costs, and be responsive to our customers who asked us to avoid some of the larger increases experienced in past decades.

How do our rates compare?

Residential average electricity rates in October 2020.

13.60¢

per kWh*

UNITED STATES

10.02¢

per kWh*

WASHINGTON

5.64¢

per kWh*

GRANT PUD

*Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration October 2020 report.

CUSTOMER SERVICE POLICIES MANUAL

TELECOM CUSTOMER SERVICE POLICY MANUAL

TORT CLAIM FORM

VEHICLE COLLISION REPORT FORM

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSMISSION INTERCONNECTION

CONTACT ROD NOTEBOOM: 509-766-2523

2017 COST OF SERVICE MODEL

2017 COST OF SERVICE PRESENTATION

Billing & Payments
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