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Tag: energy vampires

Adjusting Power Settings on Your New Electronics Can be Gift that Keeps on Giving

If you made the really nice list and scored a new television, computer or a gaming system, a few easy steps right out of the box could save you money all year long. [More]

Schwimmer Wins City Light Energy Vampire Video Contest

Eli Schwimmer’s Van Helsing-themed video “Vampire Energy Slayer” is the winner of Seattle City Light’s Slay an Energy Vampire video contest, the utility announced today.[More]

Spirited Customers Show How to Slay Energy Vampires

Our creative customers made videos to show how they are slaying the energy vampires in their homes. You can help us pick a winner in our Slay an Energy Vampire video contest at http://energyvampires.strutta.com.[More]

Vote on Your Favorite Energy Vampire Slayer

Seattle City Light customers have created terrific videos in our Slay an Energy Vampire video contest. Vote today for your favorite.[More]

New Prizes Added to Energy Vampire Video Contest

Seattle City Light's "Slay an Energy Vampire" video contest just got better with new prizes added to the packages for first, second and third place.[More]

Energy Vampire Video Contest Entry Deadline Extended

Seattle City Light is extending the deadline for entering our Slay an Energy Vampire video contest to Oct. 10.[More]

Evening Magazine to Feature Energy Vampire Slayers

Seattle City Light's Slay an Energy Vampire video contest will be featured on KING 5 TV's Evening Magazine tomorrow, Sept. 21 at 7 p.m.[More]

Seattle City Light Seeks Energy Vampire Slayers

Just in time for Halloween, Seattle City Light is holding a “Slay Your Energy Vampires” video contest. The utility invites residential customers to upload videos of up to 90 seconds in length to show the energy vampires in their homes and what they’re doing to get rid of them.[More]