Now Available in Everett, New Online Tool Analyzes PUD Customer’s Power Usage

April 8, 2014

Everett, Everett Economy

Snohomish PUD energy advisor

Give it a try. You might win $200.

Snohomish PUD is offering customers a chance to win $200 just by analyzing their power bills between now and June 30th. Using what it calls an online EnergyAdvisor tool, the PUD says customers can see where they are using the most energy and then take steps to reduce that usage. Here are the details from Neil Neroutsos at Snohomish PUD…

Analyze your PUD bill with the utility’s EnergyAdvisor for a chance to win $200 off your PUD bill. Three prizes will be awarded during the promotion, which runs through June 30, 2014. For more information, visit

The free EnergyAdvisor tool was recently upgraded to integrate customer billing information for account specific data.  It’s an easy-to-use online analyzer that enables customers to see where they are using the most energy in their homes, and what they can do to reduce their use and save money.  After answering a few quick questions about their homes, customers receive a comprehensive report with tips for no- and low-cost ways to save, as well as information about relevant PUD programs and rebates. A recent billing integration upgrade to the tool enables customers who input their account number to receive more personalized results.

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In addition to the whole-home EnergyAdvisor audit, customers can access several special purpose calculators related to thermostats, lighting, televisions, appliances and holiday lighting. Appliance cost sheets provide additional information about average monthly energy costs for operating more than 100 household items.

Home reference tools also provide a collection of resources, such as a library of topic-specific articles, a “Kids’ Corner,” an electricity primer and a highly-visual interactive home tool.

The PUD has helped customers identify ways to conserve energy since the early 1980s. For a range of tips and resources, call the utility’s Energy Hotline at 425-783-1700. The PUD’s website, at, also offers a wealth of energy-related information.


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