Summary of Electricity Activity in Washington

Summary of Washington Generation

Washington is ranked #14 out of 51 U.S. states and territories in terms of total annual net electricity generation.

GridInfo.com electricity generation data is aggregated from Jan 2001 to Mar 2024.

Companies on File87
Plants on File180
Total Generation8.60G MMBtu
Total Sales 7.86G kWh
Total Revenue $798.73M

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Overall National Rank

#14 /51 U.S. States

In Net Annual Generation

Overall Annual Net Geneneration

110.1 TWh

Total Annual Fuel Consumption

634.1 M MMBtu

Electric Companies in Washington

87

Washington
Power Plants

180

Natural Gas Rank

#25

Coal Rank

#31

Nuclear Rank

#25

Hydroelectric Rank

#1

Wind Rank

#17

Solar Rank

#34

Monthly Net Generation for Washington

Electricity Sales Distribution

Electricity Sales, Price, and Revenue Breakdown

SalesPrice (Avg)Revenue
Residential3.67G kWh11.72 cents/kWh$429.46M
Commercial2.45G kWh10.63 cents/kWh$260.79M
Industrial1.73G kWh6.21 cents/kWh$107.61M
Transportation7.67M kWh11.30 cents/kWh$866.66k
Total7.86G kWh10.16 cents/kWh$798.73M

Production by Source

Largest 24 Power Plants in Washington

RankPlantUtilityLocationAnnual GenerationInitial Operation DateLast UpdateFuel Types
#10BoundaryCity of Seattle - (WA)Metaline, Washington3.2 TWhJul 1967Mar 2024 Water
#11Chehalis Generating FacilityPacifiCorpChehalis, Washington2.5 TWhJul 2003Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#2Chief JosephUSACE Northwestern DivisionBridgeport, Washington9.7 TWhAug 1955Mar 2024 Water
#3Columbia Generating StationEnergy NorthwestRichland, Washington9.3 TWhNov 1984Mar 2024 Nuclear
#23EncogenPuget Sound Energy IncBellingham, Washington1.1 TWhFeb 1993Mar 2024 Natural Gas : 99.8%
#17Ferndale Generating StationPuget Sound Energy IncFerndale, Washington1.7 TWhMar 1994Mar 2024 Natural Gas : 99.9%
#21Frederickson Power LPFrederickson Power LPTacoma, Washington1.3 TWhJul 2002Dec 2022 Natural Gas
#22FredoniaPuget Sound Energy IncMt Vernon, Washington1.2 TWhApr 1984Mar 2024 Natural Gas : 99.6%
#19Goldendale Generating StationPuget Sound Energy IncGoldendale, Washington1.7 TWhJul 2004Dec 2022 Natural Gas
#1Grand CouleeU S Bureau of ReclamationGrand Coulee, Washington16.3 TWhFeb 1941Mar 2024 Water
#8Grays Harbor Energy FacilityInvenergy Services LLCElma, Washington3.9 TWhApr 2008Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#24HF Sinclair Puget Sound RefiningHF Sinclair CorporationAnacortes, Washington1.0 TWhAug 1991Mar 2024 Natural Gas : 77.5% Other Gas : 22.5%
#20Ice HarborUSACE Northwestern DivisionBurbank, Washington1.6 TWhDec 1961Mar 2024 Water
#14Little GooseUSACE Northwestern DivisionDayton, Washington1.9 TWhMar 1970Mar 2024 Water
#16Lower GraniteUSACE Northwestern DivisionPomeroy, Washington1.8 TWhMar 1975Mar 2024 Water
#15Lower MonumentalUSACE Northwestern DivisionKahlotus, Washington1.8 TWhMay 1969Mar 2024 Water
#18Mint Farm Generating StationPuget Sound Energy IncLongview, Washington1.7 TWhDec 2007Dec 2022 Natural Gas
#7Priest RapidsPUD No 2 of Grant CountyMattawa, Washington4.0 TWhSep 1959Mar 2024 Water
#13River Road Gen PlantPUD No 1 of Clark County - (WA)Vancouver, Washington2.0 TWhNov 1997Mar 2024 Natural Gas
#12Rock IslandPUD No 1 of Chelan CountyWenatchee, Washington2.1 TWhSep 1931Mar 2024 Water
#4Rocky ReachPUD No 1 of Chelan CountyWenatchee, Washington5.2 TWhMay 1961Mar 2024 Water
#6Transalta Centralia GenerationTransAlta Centralia Gen LLCCentralia, Washington4.1 TWhNov 1972Mar 2024 Subbituminous Coal : 99.8%
#5WanapumPUD No 2 of Grant CountyBeverly, Washington4.2 TWhMay 1963Mar 2024 Water
#9WellsPUD No 1 of Douglas CountyPateros, Washington3.6 TWhAug 1967Mar 2024 Water

Electricity Generation by Washington Counties

State RankCounty# Power PlantsNet Generation
Past 12 Months
Net Generation
from Natural Gas
Net Generation
from Wind
Net Generation
from Solar
Net Generation
from Nuclear
#25Adams County, WA4426.3 GWh0.0 Wh373.0 GWh40.3 GWh0.0 Wh
#3Benton County, WA69.7 TWh0.0 Wh223.3 GWh6.1 GWh9.3 TWh
#5Chelan County, WA47.8 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#30Clallam County, WA310.8 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#16Clark County, WA22.0 TWh2.0 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#11Columbia County, WA43.7 TWh0.0 Wh1.8 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#12Cowlitz County, WA63.4 TWh1.9 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#2Douglas County, WA213.3 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#29Franklin County, WA316.5 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#19Garfield County, WA1748.3 GWh0.0 Wh748.3 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#1Grant County, WA825.2 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#8Grays Harbor County, WA64.1 TWh3.9 TWh11.2 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#23King County, WA12481.3 GWh3.8 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#17Kittitas County, WA91.1 TWh0.0 Wh1.1 TWh10.5 GWh0.0 Wh
#7Klickitat County, WA155.2 TWh1.7 TWh3.2 TWh312.8 GWh0.0 Wh
#4Lewis County, WA88.7 TWh2.5 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#18Lincoln County, WA2777.2 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#27Mason County, WA3313.3 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#10Pend Oreille County, WA33.7 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#14Pierce County, WA132.3 TWh1.4 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#13Skagit County, WA42.7 TWh2.0 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#21Skamania County, WA1614.4 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#22Snohomish County, WA8493.6 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh682.8 MWh0.0 Wh
#20Spokane County, WA7626.0 GWh88.1 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#26Stevens County, WA4361.9 GWh5.1 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#24Thurston County, WA3456.8 GWh0.0 Wh448.3 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#9Walla Walla County, WA43.8 TWh0.0 Wh354.1 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#6Whatcom County, WA135.7 TWh3.4 TWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#15Whitman County, WA62.2 TWh74.1 MWh349.8 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh
#28Yakima County, WA11121.8 GWh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh0.0 Wh

Top 20 Electricity Producing Cities in Washington

Electricity Generation for Neighboring States

National RankStateNet Generation# Power Plants
#12Arizona121.1 TWh202
#4California228.8 TWh2,227
#29Colorado62.6 TWh316
#44Idaho18.0 TWh190
#21Iowa77.9 TWh334
#28Kansas63.4 TWh193
#30Minnesota59.7 TWh862
#22Missouri72.0 TWh174
#40Montana30.0 TWh95
#36Nebraska42.5 TWh145
#33Nevada46.0 TWh145
#37New Mexico42.2 TWh175
#34North Dakota45.2 TWh71
#18Oklahoma97.7 TWh157
#27Oregon66.4 TWh314
#42South Dakota19.3 TWh59
#1Texas587.8 TWh1,176
#39Utah33.8 TWh173
#25Wisconsin68.4 TWh284
#32Wyoming46.6 TWh88

* Net Generation data is based on the last 12 months since Mar 2024