Jul 27, 2020
Mason PUD 3 received its 41st consecutive clean bill of health from the Washington... Read more
PUD 3 offices will remain closed for the foreseeable future however we can still be reached by phone at 360-426-8255. Mason PUD 3 is committed to keeping our customers connected to essential services during the COVID-19 pandemic emergency. If you are experiencing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for support, including long-term payment arrangements or bill assistance. Learn more about PUD 3's response to COVID-19 or for more information about the PUD's COVID-19 Customer Support Program here.
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Want to generate your own renewable energy in Mason County?
We consider ourselves experts in the renewable energy department here in Mason County. With 300 kilowatts of solar power installed and closely monitored at our Johns Prairie operations center, we’re ready to lend a hand to our customers who are interested in generating their own renewable energy.
Solar power systems have grown in popularity and efficiency, and have come down in price over the past few years. In order to better educate our customers on the pros (and cons) of solar power, we created this guide, which has all you need to know about going solar in Mason County. It provides background on system basics, net-metering and connecting to the utility grid.