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Unexpected Mountain Snows Are Great News for City Light Customers

Seattle City Light customers can expect to keep more green in their pockets thanks to February’s record-setting snowfall in the mountains and this month’s additional storms.  The increased snowfall means a greater snowpack for use in generating electricity at our hydroelectric dams. According to the most recent financial forecast, the improved snowpack[More]

Seattle City Light Proposing $21 Million Transfer to Delay Possible Surcharges

Seattle City Light’s successful efforts to hold down operating costs in 2013 could lesen the potential impact of surcharges that could be triggered by low wholesale energy prices and below normal snowpack could have on its customers. [More]

Talk With Us About How We Structure Our Rates

Seattle City Light invites its customers to participate in a live social media chat session Tuesday, Jan. 28, regarding how the utility structures its rates. [More]

What a Possible Surcharge Could Mean to You

Low prices on the electricity Seattle City Light sells to other utilities and uncertainty about how much snow might fall in the mountains to feed the utility's hydroelectric dams could trigger an automatic surcharge on customers' bills later this year. Here's what that could mean for you.[More]

Utility Discount Program Can Cut Winter Heating Costs by 60 Percent

Before cold winter weather returns to the Seattle area and starts driving up heating costs, Seattle City Light is working to help income-eligible customers cut their utility bills by 60 percent. [More]

New City Light Rates Take Effect in January

City Light customers are reminded that starting in January 2013, an average rate increase of 4.4 percent goes into place. [More]

City Council Unanimously Approves Seattle City Light Budget

The Seattle City Council unanimously approved a budget for Seattle City Light today that will lower customers' energy costs in 2011, followed by a modest increase in 2012.[More]

Get the Facts on City Light’s Rate Stabilization Account

Seattle City Light has produced a fact sheet to answer questions about how a recently approved rate stabilization fund will work.[More]

Small Snowpack Means Big Cuts for City Light Revenue

Warm, dry weather throughout the Pacific Northwest this winter will hurt Seattle City Light’s power supplies throughout 2010 and cut revenues from surplus power sales dramatically.[More]