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GRU has taken several steps to lower carbon emissions as we work toward net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045.
Fuel adjustments are pass-through costs based on how much GRU pays for the fuel it uses to generate electricity. These costs are leading to higher utility bills across the country.
GRU has eliminated its Winter Max calculation for wastewater charges and now bills based on monthly water use.
GRU signed a power purchase agreement with Origis Energy to bring affordable solar power to GRU’s service area by 2022. The deal for 50 megawatts of solar power, plus battery backup, will help GRU avoid about 63,000 tons of carbon emissions annually. The Gainesville City Commission unanimously approved the agreement in July.
GRU has earned the American Public Power Association’s Diamond-level RP¬3 designation for providing safe and reliable electric service. Diamond is the APPA’s highest level of recognition. Only 14 percent of the nation’s 2,000 public power providers received this designation in 2019.