Residential Energy Seminars

Winter bill issues? House too cold? Just want to update your home and increase it's value? Come visit us at our Residential Energy Seminars to learn how we can help you make the most cost-effective decisions and meet contractors that specialize in your area of need. Thursday, March 1, 2018 - Ductless Heat Pumps 1:00 p.m. or 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 30, 2018 - Energy Efficient Windows 1:00 p.m. or 6:00 p.m. All sessions take place at the PUD Main… Read More

PUD Commissioners Approve 2018 Budget/Rate Increase

PUD #1 of Clallam County (PUD) Commissioners voted to approve the 2018 Budget during the January 29, 2018, Commission Meeting. As part of that budget approval, Commissioners approved a staff recommended 4.8% average increase in retail electric utility rates and an average 7% retail rate increase for water and sewer customers, the latter of which was approved with the 2017 budget for 3 consecutive years. The approved electric retail rate increase will be effective on all bills rendered on or… Read More

Be Outage Savvy!

We've just created a new page on our website for you to Be Outage Savvy! Find out here what you should do right away when you have an outage, or witness an outage event. This is all about how to report an outage, where to find accurate updates and information, and what's happening while restoration is taking place. You can also visit our main Outages page for tips and resources for preparing for a power outage, and what do… Read More

Clarification on changes to Net Metering program

The District has implemented changes to its Net Metering program that will go into effect on February 1, 2018.  Since the change was announced there have been misconceptions circulating that have unfortunately caused concern so we wish to clarify what is changing and the reasoning behind the change. What is changing? First, Clallam County PUD has not ended net metering. We only changed a compensation component to our policy in how net metering customers are credited for excess energy sold… Read More

Beware of Scams!

The PUD reminds customers about potential scams that may be committed over the phone, through mailers, via text messages and by people visiting their home or business. Criminals use various means of solicitation and may claim bills are delinquent, that special funding is available and/or seek financial information from the customer. Both commercial and residential customers in the PUD's service area have been targeted recently. You may get a call – or even a visit to your home – claiming… Read More

Celebrate Public Power Week With Us! (Events Listed)

PUBLIC POWER: THE COMMUNITY-OWNED ADVANTAGE Clallam PUD is one of more than 2,000 public power utilities that provide electricity to more than 49 million people across the country. Clallam PUD has operated alongside our customers in Clallam County ever since its formation in 1940 when voters elected to form a Public Utility District. Public power utilities are community-owned, which means the people of Clallam County are included in the decision-making process. Knowing our community and its needs helps us keep… Read More

*Update – Repairs Completed* Evergreen Water System Voluntary Water Conservation Alert

9/8/17 Update - Evergreen Water System Repairs Completed Earlier this week the PUD asked all water customers in the Evergreen Water System to voluntarily conserve water due to the loss of the Holgerson Well Pump. We are pleased to report that repairs have been conpleted and the Voluntary Water Conservation Alert is no longer in effect. The District would like to thank the customers of the Evergreen Water System for their assistance and patience over the last several days. ******************************************… Read More

Video: Sequim Substation Transformer Move

The Sequim Substation has provided the City of Sequim reliable electric service since 1971. The PUD no longer requires this substation so is in the process of de-energizing and removing it. This video provides a glimpse of the necessary work. Video and editing courtesy of PUD Engineer Ben Phillips. Read More

Videos: Elwha River Crossing Project

The Elwha River Crossing cable replacement project is important to the continued reliability of electric service to West Port Angeles and the Lack Crescent areas. These videos provide a glimpse of the necessary work. Video and editing courtesy of PUD Engineer Ben Phillips. Read More

Update 2 (9:00pm): Power Restored – West PA Area

Update 2 (9:00pm) Power was restored to all customers at approximately 8:15pm. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Update 1 (3:28pm): Due to the nature of the vehicle vs. pole accident, the outage is expected to last well into the evening, 8 or more hours.  We will update as we get more information. Initial Post: At approximately 1:30pm PUD customers west of Port Angeles began experiencing a power outage.  The cause was a vehicle hitting a power pole.  About… Read More