The energy sold by the Grays Harbor Public Utility District is nearly 96% carbon free, according to an annual report released by the Washington State Department of Commerce.  In the 2020 Fuel Mix Disclosure Report, the Grays Harbor PUD energy portfolio is made up of 83.94% hydropower, 10.82% nuclear power, 0.89% biomass generation, giving the PUD an energy supply that is 95.65% free of carbon emissions – a key component in the Washington state plan to reach 100% clean energy by 2045.  The remaining 4.35% is labeled as “unspecified” by the Department of Commerce and is made up of “power purchases where the generation facility and fuel source information is not known.”

Washington Electric Utility Fuel Mix Disclosure Report (For Calendar Year 2020)