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In 1929, the Washington State Grange sent the very first initiative to the Legislature, to allow rural communities to form their own publicly owned utilities. This is our story.
A lot of factors go into the resources that the PUD purchases to serve its customers, such as: cost, reliability, availability, environmental impacts, sustainability, and risks. This page includes more information about the PUD's resources.
PUD 3 has various kinds of customers. The cost to serve each type of customer is different.
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