Seattle City Light recently acquired 154 acres of land on Stossel Creek east of Duvall to preserve important habitat for coho salmon and steelhead.[More]
Posted: April 28th, 2016 under Power Lines.
Tags: coho, conservation, Department of Natural Resources, Duvall, environment, King County, Marckworth State Forest, Mountains to Sound Greenway, nation's greenest utility, salmon, Seattle City Light, steelhead, stewardship, Stossel Creek, Tolt Fish Habitat Restoration Group
Seattle City Light, the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), and the Electric Power research Institute (EPRI) are conducting a workshop March 10 that will explain how to provide a reliable, more efficient operating environment for data centers and IT equipment rooms that could reduce an entire building’s electric costs by 5 to 10 percent.[More]
Posted: February 26th, 2016 under News Release, Power Lines.
Tags: Bonneville Power Administration, BPA, conservation, data centers, Electric Power Research Institute, energy, energy efficiency, EPRI, Seattle City Light
Seattle City Light, the nation’s greenest utility, encourages you to join us in celebrating a LED filled holiday season by switching from using incandescent to LED lights this year.[More]
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.”[More]
City Light acquired two properties on the Skagit and Sauk Rivers for fish habitat preservation.[More]
Seattle City Light recently purchased three separate riverfront properties to protect salmonid habitat in our region. The purchases cover 44.5 acres on Pressentin Creek, one acre on the Skagit River and half an acre on the Tolt River. The property on the Skagit River is adjacent to other protected parcels owned by City Light.[More]
Seattle City Light and the Seattle Aquarium announced the start of construction today for the largest solar array at any aquarium on the West Coast as part of the utility’s Community Solar and Green Up programs.[More]
This Summer, Your Seattle City Light is challenging customers to a put an energy saving spin on their most creative, tasty recipes.[More]
Seattleites are considered by some to be extreme weather wimps. If it’s snow or hot weather, many face these forecasts with dread. And as with anything dealing with Seattle weather, just wait a few days, and things will change. But since the next few days may see temperatures in the low to mid 80’s, here […][More]
Seattle City Light’s energy conservation work in 2012 will help customers save more than $91 million over the life span of the installed measures.[More]