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Archive for December, 2012

Recycle Your Burned Out Holiday Lights

Don’t pitch your burned out holiday lights in the trash. Recycle them.


New City Light Rates Take Effect in January

City Light customers are reminded that starting in January 2013, an average rate increase of 4.4 percent goes into place.


Adjusting Power Settings on Your New Electronics Can be Gift that Keeps on Giving

If you made the really nice list and scored a new television, computer or a gaming system, a few easy steps right out of the box could save you money all year long.


Shriking Bigfoot Calendar is a Chance to Give Twice

Here’s an opportunity to give twice this holiday season. Buy one of Seattle City Light’s 2013 Shrinking Bigfoot calendars for $10 and you’ll also be contributing to Project Share, an emergency utility fund to help customers in need.


City Light Employees Provide Meals for Thousands

Thousands of needy people will have a meal to eat this holiday season thanks to generous Seattle City Light employees.


Seattle City Light Meeting, Exceeding I-937’s Renewable Energy, Conservation Goals

Seattle City Light has significantly exceeded its energy conservation and renewable energy targets for the first compliance periods of Initiative 937 and is well on its way to meeting the state’s renewable energy targets through 2020.


Seattle City Light Acquires 32.5 Acres of Salmon Habitat

Seattle City Light completed the final purchase of three properties totaling 32.5 acres of land to protect key spawning areas for Chinook salmon in the Skagit River.


Tablet Computers Bring Added Feature: Energy Efficiency

Tablet computers are hot gifts this year, and they can help you reduce your electricity consumption compared to a desktop computer.


Power Restored in Southeast Seattle, Tukwila

Seattle City Light crews restored power by 8:30 p.m. Monday to all 11,000 homes and businesses that were affected by power outages from a morning wind storm. Sustained winds of up to 40 mph with gusts approaching 60 mph knocked down trees, which fell into power lines breaking poles, wires and transformers. The hardest hit […]


Community-based Mural Art to Adorn Denny Substation Construction Site

In an effort to have the community involved at each phase of the upcoming substation project, Seattle City Light has tapped Urban ArtWorks to create a mural for the temporary fence along 1250 Denny Way.

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