Tag: energy conservation
Seattle City Light has sufficient electricity to help people stay cool in the hot weather, but there are ways you can beat the heat without driving up your electricity bill.[More]
Seattle City Light is on track to meet the energy conservation and renewable energy requirements of the Washington Energy Independence Act, which was approved by voters as Initiative 937.[More]
Posted: June 4th, 2015 under Power Lines.
Tags: Bonneville Power Administration, energy conservation, I-937, Initiative 937, renewable energy, renewable energy portfolio, Seattle City Light, Stateline Wind Project
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 Powerful Neighborhoods conservation program has reached 70,000 customers in the past four years, saving enough energy to power nearly 2,800 homes and saving our customers about $2 million a year.[More]
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]