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S Seattle outage update


Burien, South Park and other south Seattle areas lost power at 10 this morning. Power has been restored to some, reducing customers out to 1,765 from a hiigh of 9.700 customers affected. Crews are on the scene and investigating. Estimated restoration is 2:30 this afternoon, but that is an early prediction and could change. Laurelhurst […]

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White House Names Seattle “Climate Action Champion”


Today the White House recognized Seattle as a Climate Action Champion, one of 16 local and tribal governments that demonstrated a strong and ongoing commitment to actions that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and enhance climate resilience.

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Seattle City Light Partners with Preservation Green Lab on Main Street Challenge


Seattle City Light will be partnering with Preservation Green Lab in its mission to “strengthen the fabric of communities by leveraging the value of existing buildings to reduce resource waste, create jobs, and bolster a strong sense of community.”

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Report Shows Results of Mayor’s Summer of Safety Initiative


Seattle City Light has been an active participant in Mayor Ed Murray’s Summer of Safety Initiative – a coordinated approach to public safety that is mobilizing City of Seattle resources to improve our built environment, activate our streets, and provide jobs for our community’s young adults.

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Seattle City Light Offers 2015 Excess Transmission Capacity for Resale


Seattle City Light is offering for resale excess capacity that it controls on the Bonneville Power Administration’s transmission system.

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Power from the Sun and Support for Affordable Housing


Seattle City Light’s latest Community Solar project can provide you with energy from the Sun today and it will help power affordable housing in the future.

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Denny Substation Project Earns Praise from American Institute of Architects


The proposed design for Seattle City Light’s Denny Substation won an honorable mention from the American Institute of Architects – Seattle, during their awards ceremony at Benaroya Hall on Nov. 3.

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Shoreline Substation transformer ready to rock and roll


This new transformer sits on top of pendulum bearings that keep it from toppling when the ground shakes   The new Transformer Bank 73 at the City Light Shoreline Substation may not look very different to you than any other heavy piece of equipment in our system – until you look under it. It sits […]

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Utility Discount Program Reaches Annual Goal of 2,500 New Participants


With more than 2,500 Utility Discount Program sign-ups this year, we’ve met our annual goal for enrollment. But Seattle City Light’s mission is to provide the best customer experience of any utility in the nation, so we aren’t satisfied with simply meeting the goal. We’re still headed out into the community with sign-up events at community service centers, food banks, multifamily communities, and more.

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Seattle City Light Funds Study of the American Pika in North Cascades


A research project funded by Seattle City Light is working to answer the question: “How is climate change affecting high elevation mammal populations such as pika?”

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