Recent public health concerns regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) are a top concern for Franklin PUD.
Franklin PUD is monitoring information from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding COVID-19, and is following federal, state, and local agency recommendations....read more
Franklin PUD welcomes Mike Gonzalez as the new Senior Manager of Public Affairs. Gonzalez will be responsible for advocating Franklin PUD’s policy positions, developing and maintaining positive customer relationships and identifying and promoting priorities important to the electric industry today. He will also be responsible for Franklin PUD’s communication strategy - ensuring the needs of their diverse customer base are met....read more
ECONorthwest/Vulcan study can’t establish that dam removal will help fish, yet still turns its back on hardworking Northwest farmers and the top wheat export gateway in the U.S.
Privately-funded report ignores ongoing federal National Environmental Policy Act review and threatens well-being of farmers and communities along the Snake River...read more
Benton PUD and Franklin PUD Board of Commissioners, Benton REA Board of Trustees, and the Richland City Council unanimously approved resolutions firmly stating that the removal of the Lower Snake River Dams would negatively impact our region’s ability to provide reliable, clean, and affordable power to its customers....read more
Customers of Public Utility District No. 1 of Franklin County, Washington (the District) receive 93 percent of their electricity from the Federal Columbia River Power System (FCRPS)...read more
Enrolling in our new RoundUp program allows you to easily donate to Helping Hands each month....read more
A Northwest energy solution:Regional power benefits of the lower Snake River dams
Clean, flexible and reliable. The lower Snake River dams are part of a Northwest energy solution with the capability to generate over 3,000 megawatts of carbon-free power.