Archive for 'Power Lines'
Repair crews restored power outage for about 4,400 homes and businesses in Lake Forest Park and Shoreline about 2:30 p.m. today.[More]
Power has been restored to about 325 customers, including the Seattle Center, the Space Needle, Experience Music Project and the Monorail, that were affected by an outage caused when a fire broke out in Seattle City Light’s Broad Street Substation at 319 6th Ave. N.[More]
Improved water conditions in the rivers that power Seattle city Light’s hydroelectric dams are brightening the utility’s financial forecasts and helping to hold down costs for customers.[More]
Power outage affecting 5,158 customers[More]
Posted: July 13th, 2014 under Power Lines.
New hydro excavator technology has improved the ability of City Light crews to clear soil and debris in preparation for construction – resulting in increased efficiency, lower costs and fewer errors.[More]
The return of summer opens new opportunities for exploring the rugged and beautiful North Cascades, including Ross Lake, which is now open for fishing. [More]
Seattle’s trash will soon generate even more clean energy for Seattle City Light customers.[More]
Omega Morgan-Seattle used a special articulated tractor trailer rig to move the 71 ton transformer into the Seattle City Light's Shoreline Substation.[More]
The Seattle City Council unanimously approved a 2015-2020 Strategic Plan for Seattle City Light today. [More]
Seattle City Light's wastewater treatment plants in Newhalem and Diablo earned perfect scores and Outstanding Wastewater Treatment Plant Awards from the Washington Department of Ecology for 2013. [More]