Sabey Sources Sustainable Power From Grant PUD

Grant PUD helps Sabey provide sustainable, reliable power to colo customers.

Sabey Data Centers is proud to source sustainable energy from Grant PUD to provide our colocation data center tenants with reliable power. Grant PUD is a public electric utility serving more than 40,000 customers throughout Grant County, Washington. In addition to providing power, Grant PUD practices stewardship, conservation, and sustainability every day through a variety of initiatives which include maintaining water quality, preserving fish and wildlife, and shoreline management. The organization owns and operates the Priest Rapids Project on the Columbia River in central Washington. The Priest Rapids Dam is a hydroelectric, concrete gravity dam with an installed capacity of 955.6 MW of power. To help illustrate how Grant PUD serves Sabey Data Centers and other customers in Grant County, we’d like to share the following video:

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