From November to January, Spotlight Art Tours is featuring artwork from City Light’s portable collection.[More]
Seattle City Light will work to help its customers achieve even more energy conservation in the next two years without increasing its budget under a proposed goal submitted to the City Council today.[More]
Artist Reception to be Held at the Ethnic Heritage Art Gallery for Susan Ringstad Emery on October 15th from Noon to 1:30pm[More]
Steam Punks are invited to wear their gear and add to the Victorian industrial vibe at Seattle City Light’s October free open house at the historic Georgetown Steam Plant this Saturday, Oct. 10.[More]
As a home-warming gift, Seattle City Light is excited to start sending Welcome Brochures to help new home owners in the area get know their new utility.[More]
Seattle City Light will start another project this October to enhance the reliability and extend the life of aging underground electrical cables in parts of Shoreline, Lake Forest Park and Seattle by injecting them with silicone.[More]
Posted: October 1st, 2015 under Power Lines.
Tags: Ballinger Park, Broadway, cable injection, Capitol Hill, Magnolia, Noble Firs, Novinium, Seattle City Light, Seward Park, Shoreline, silicone injection
Rapid growth in the installation of solar energy systems is pushing Seattle City Light to the state-imposed cap for solar production incentives.[More]
The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture’s collaborative temporary art program ALL RISE at the site of Seattle City Light’s future Denny Substation is concluding a year and a half of programming with artist Jesse Sugarmann.[More]
U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz’s recent release of A Strategic Roadmap for American Energy Innovation: Economic Growth and Competitiveness demonstrates national support for doubling the country’s energy productivity by 2030, a goal Seattle City Light has championed as a partner in the Alliance to Save Energy.[More]
Posted: September 18th, 2015 under Power Lines.
Tags: Alliance to Save Energy, Council on Competitivenesss, Department of Energy, energy efficiency, roadmap, Seattle City Light, Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz
Seattle City Light is delaying the start of a drawdown of Diablo Lake until Sept. 23.[More]