Seattle City Light and nine other organizations that have helped the Seattle Mariners reduce the environmental impact of Safeco Field operations will be recognized before tonight’s Earth Day game vs. the Houston Astros.[More]
A progress report shows Seattle City Light’s accomplishments since 2004.[More]
Drivers using state Route 99 (SR 99) just south of Boeing Field should plan for rolling slowdowns as Seattle City Light crews pull fiber optic cable over the highway Sunday, April 12, from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m.[More]
Seattle City Light will test automated switching technology in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park that is designed to speed the restoration of service when a power line is damaged.[More]
Sonic Bloom, a solar powered artwork commissioned by Seattle City Light that delights visitors to Pacific Science Center has inspired the Seoul Municipal Government in South Korea to install musical streetlights.[More]
Every residential customer of Seattle City Light can now get a free, energy efficient LED light bulb through the utility’s Operation LED campaign.[More]
Posted: March 25th, 2015 under Power Lines.
Tags: Chinatown International District, energy conservation, energy efficiency, General Manager and CEO Jorge Carrasco, LED, light bulbs, Mayor Ed Murray, Operation LED, Seattle City Light
Seattle City Light’s newest 70-foot bucket truck is on display today through March 27 at Shoreline Community College as part of the Vehicle Maintenance Management Conference being held at the school.[More]
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is taking public comments on a proposal to amend the endangered species listing of the southern Selkirk Mountains population of woodland caribou to recognize a anew population segment of the animals and include a broader range of mountain caribou in British Columbia.[More]
Seattle City Light invites you to join us and millions of people across the world in celebrating a commitment to the planet during Earth Hour on Saturday, March 28 2015 at 8:30 p.m.[More]
After spending more than a decade leading Seattle City Light, Jorge Carrasco is retiring from his role as general manager and chief executive officer of Seattle City Light. “I want to thank Jorge for his years of service in Seattle and wish him the best as he writes his next chapter,” Mayor Ed Murray said. […][More]
Posted: March 13th, 2015 under Power Lines.