P.O. Box 500
1492 Wind River Hwy
Carson, Washington 98610
Planned Outage Notification - Friday December 15, 2017
12/12/17 1:00 PM- Skamania PUD will be taking a planned power outage to complete emergency repairs at the Cape Horn substation. This will affect all customers on the west end of the County from Smith-Cripe Road (MP 30) west to the County line. The 6-hour outage will start this Friday night, December 15, at 11:50 pm and is estimated to run through 6:00 am Saturday morning. This outage was scheduled because a heat seeking camera recently identified a hot connection that needs repaired to prevent failure of the overhead equipment. If left unrepaired, an equipment failure would lead to a much longer and unplanned outage. Please check back to our website for updates.
Saving energy helps you save money, preserve our energy resources and protect the environment. That’s why we offer information, rebates and incentives to help you make smart energy-use choices.
Skamania PUD’s Residential Energy Efficiency Program includes rebates for qualifying ENERGY STAR® appliances, lighting, insulation, heating and air conditioning, duct sealing, blower door guided air sealing, windows, and new ENERGY STAR® Manufactured Homes. Questions about energy efficiency in your home? Call (888) 883-9879.
Free Home Energy Audit
Learn how to make your home energy efficient. Call (888) 883-9879 to schedule a free home energy audit. This audit can identify ways you can save electricity and money with rebate programs for residential upgrades and make your home more comfortable.
Residential Rebate Applications
- Rebate Assignment Form – This form must accompany all complete rebate applications and/or required documentation.
- Ductless Heat Pump
- Heat Pump Water Heater
- HVAC w PTCS
- Manufactured Home Insulation
- New ENERGY STAR® Manufactured Home
- Site Built & Multi-Family Home Insulation
- Whole House Air Sealing
- Windows & Insulated Doors
Non-Residential Rebate Applications
Hydropower and Fish
For a short video showcasing some of the ways people have come together in the Northwest on behalf of salmon and the dams click here.