Tag: energy conservation
Congratulations to the winners in Seattle City Light’s Cookin’ with Kilowatts contest.[More]
Seattle City Light announced today that its home energy reports program has saved customers $4.6 million on their energy bills since the program started in 2009. Seattle City Light customers have also saved over 50 million kilowatt-hours through this program, enough energy to take nearly 5,000 homes in Seattle off the grid for a year.[More]
Seattle City Light is launching its Second Annual Cookin’ with Kilowatts contest, which aims to raise residential customer awareness of energy consumption and its environmental impact.[More]
Seattle City Light employees met with third-graders at John Stanford International School in Wallingford recently to discuss the students’ project related to global warming and climate change.[More]
As part of an effort to expand the tools customers have to manage their energy consumption and save money, Seattle City Light became the first U.S. utility to achieve certification for the “Green Button” data it shares with customers.[More]
Posted: June 20th, 2014 under Power Lines.
Tags: Department of Energy, energy conservation, green button, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Seattle City Light, UCAlug, Underwriters Laboratory
Craig Smith has been hired as the next conservation resources director for Seattle City Light, General Manager and CEO Jorge Carrasco announced today.[More]
Just in time for the holidays, Seattle City Light has compiled a free online cookbook featuring 24 tasty recipes from our Cookin’ with Kilowatts contest. It’s even got the rice casserole from City Light General Manager and CEO Jorge Carrasco.[More]
Posted: November 27th, 2013 under Power Lines.
Tags: City Councilmember Mike O'Brien, contest, Cookin' with Kilowatts, energy conservation, energy efficiency, General Manager and CEO Jorge Carrasco, Jorge Carrasco, recipe
Have you ever wondered what kids have to say about saving energy? Seattle City Light asked local students in grades 3-6 to illustrate how they can save energy and shrink their carbon footprint for the 2nd Annual Shrinking Bigfoot Calendar Contest.
More than 350 students throughout the utility’s service territory participated in this year’s contest, and 12 were chosen from a panel of judges. The winning artwork was developed into a 2014 calendar that will be sold to the public.
Winners also received a great prize package that included tickets to the Woodland Park Zoo and Pacific Science Center, safety and school supplies from Seattle City Light, and much more!
See more of the student’s artwork and the rest of our talented winners by purchasing your own 2014 Shrinking Bigfoot calendar for only $10. All proceeds benefit Project Share, a one-time emergency assistance program that helps customers with their electric bill. Visit www.seattle.gov/light/calendar to order yours today![More]
The Paramount Theater opened its Broadway season last night under new bright lights that will reduce the historic theater’s energy consumption enough to save $43,000 each year.[More]
Lauren Rhoades of Seattle won the top prize in Seattle City Light’s Cookin’ with Kilowatts contest Wednesday with her recipe for 0.6 Kilowatt Coq Au Vin.[More]
Posted: October 9th, 2013 under Power Lines.
Tags: Cookin' with Kilowatts, Crock Pot, energy conservation, energy efficiency, Jorge Carrasco, recipe, Seattle City Light, South Seattle Community College