Located near Ellensburg in Kittitas County, PSE's second wind facility has 149 turbines spanning across 10,000 acres.
PSE's largest hydropower facility is located on a tributary of the Skagit River in northwest Washington and has two dams, each with its own powerhouse.
This station can produce 310 megawatts of electricity when running at maximum capacity — enough power to meet the annual needs of 220,000 households.
The Goldendale Generating Station in Klickitat County is one of eight natural gas-fired power plants that we own and operate in Washington.
PSE’s newest and largest wind-power operation contains 149 wind turbines that produce up to 342.7 megawatts of renewable energy.
Located about 30 miles east of Seattle on the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains, this facility is one of the oldest hydropower plants in the United States.
With a capacity of 156.6 megawatts, the 87 turbines at Hopkins Ridge provide the annual energy needs of more than 36,000 households.