Archive for 'Power Lines'
At Amtrak’s Seattle yard, the lights shine a little brighter and the power bill is a lot smaller thanks to energy-efficient strategies created through collaboration between the railroad and Seattle City Light.[More]
The City Council’s Transportation Committee will hold a public hearing on two topics related to the Denny Substation Project.[More]
Construction crews continue to make progress on a project to build a permanent replacement for a barge landing on Diablo Lake at our Skagit Hydroelectric Project.[More]
Congratulations to Rory and Kathy L. from the Mount Baker neighborhood of Seattle. They are the recipients of the 100,000th free LED light bulb distributed by our Operation LED.[More]
Seattle City Light has completed installation in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park of automated switching technology that is designed to speed the restoration of service when a power line is damaged.[More]
Small cities in Washington are getting big help from the state to convert their streetlights from high-pressure sodium lamps to LEDs.[More]
Home and business owners interested in installing solar electric systems can attend SolarWISE workshops to get information on the latest on pricing, technology, financing options. Additionally, these free workshops will provide steps to going solar, and referrals to qualified installers.[More]
City Light workers, contractors and scientists are taking advantage of the dry, hot weather, to make good pace on the sandblasting and repainting of a trestle and truss bridges that carry the huge pipes connecting Masonry Dam with the historic Cedar Falls powerhouse. The project started last year and involved the tricky removal and containment […][More]
Posted: July 6th, 2015 under Power Lines.
More than 300 people attended the June 13 monthly open house at the historic Georgetown Steam Plant. The next open house is scheduled for July 11, 10 a.m. to 2 pm.[More]
Design changes added in the permitting process, higher prices for electrical equipment, a construction delay and additional soil cleanup have increased the anticipated cost of Seattle City Light’s future Denny Substation by $27.4 million, the utility announced today.[More]