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ColumbiaGrid - 2017 Annual Report Published

October 4, 2018



To ColumbiaGrid's Stakeholders and Interested Parties:

The theme of ColumbiaGrid’s 2017 annual report is, In Today’s Uncertain World – We Provide Robust and Stable Regional Grid-Planning to Ensure the Reliability of Tomorrow’s Grid. “The costs to our members and planning parties continue to go down while we continue to enhance, expand, and optimize the services that we provide. We deliver excellent, cost-effective, regional grid-planning services that our members and planning participants want and need,” said Patrick Damiano, ColumbiaGrid’s president and CEO. “Our stellar performance is directly related to the excellence of our professional staff,” added Mr. Damiano.

ColumbiaGrid’s audited financials, for the past two operating years, are listed in the 2017 Annual Report. ColumbiaGrid’s overall annual operating costs, of approximately $2.6 M in 2017, are down over 35% from a high in 2012 via a combination of cost-cutting measures by ColumbiaGrid and honing of services in collaboration with the Members and Participants.  Please click here to view our 2017 Annual Report: 2017 Annual Report


ColumbiaGrid, a non-profit membership corporation, was formed in 2006 to improve the operational efficiency, reliability, and planned expansion of the northwest transmission grid. ColumbiaGrid’s members are Avista Corp., Bonneville Power Administration, Chelan County PUD, Grant County PUD, Puget Sound Energy, Seattle City Light, Snohomish County PUD and Tacoma Power. Cowlitz PUD and Douglas County PUD are non-member participants in grid expansion planning.


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