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Seattle City (spot)Light: Tosha Siebert, Manager of Stations, Relay, and Operators

From Field Operations manager for North Line to Manager of Stations, Relay, and Operators, Tosha Siebert reflects on her new role Tosha Siebert joined City Light as the Field Operations Manager for North Line. “I started my job in March 2020, just a few days before Gov. Inslee announced the… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Eliza Ives, Renewable Energy Program Manager

From Boston to Seattle, Eliza Ives shares her passion for the outdoors and upcoming advancements in renewable energy. Renewable Energy Program Manager Eliza Ives has been with City Light for three and a half years. “I started as a graduate intern and decided to stick around!” she exclaimed. “I am… [ Keep reading ]

7 Simple Things You Can Do To Use Less Energy and Save Nearly $500 a Year

Turn Off The Lights And Replace Incandescent Bulbs.  It only takes a few seconds to conserve energy: just remember to always turn off your lights when you leave a room. And switching to energy-efficient LED light bulbs can save you about $75 each year. Program Your Thermostat.Save as much as $180 a… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Katie Ewing, Senior Policy & Project Manager

Katie Ewing brings a passion for economics and public service to help shape policy at City Light. Celebrating one year at City Light this month, Katie Ewing came to the utility from the City of Seattle City Budget Office (CBO) in January 2020. “I am a Senior Policy & Project… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Angela Bertrand, Management Systems Analyst

Strategic Planning’s Angela Bertrand talks triathlons, baking, and books, oh my! Management Systems Analyst Angela Bertrand joined City Light in 2018 as part of the Continuous Improvement Team and has since moved to Strategic Planning and Performance. “We’re part of the General Manager’s Office under the chief of staff. We… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (Spot)Light: Sandy Fernandez, Customer Service Representative

Customer Care, Adapting to Changing Needs, and Community with Sandy Fernandez. Customer Service Representative Sandy Fernandez has worked at City Light for 13 years. She serves the utility as a member of the Customer Operations Team in the Customer Care and Energy Solution Business Unit. “I’ve worked as a Customer… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (Spot)Light: Outdoor Enthusiast, Energy Analyst Emma Johnson on Conserving Energy at Work and Home

Senior Energy Management Analyst Emma Johnson just celebrated two years at Seattle City Light in December. As a part of the Solutions Design and Management Team in Customer Energy Solutions, Emma manages four commercial and industrial programs: Commercial Retrofit (non-lighting); Industrial Energy Management; Midstream HVAC; and the Internal Conservation program,… [ Keep reading ]

City Light Employees Raise over $8,000 in Holiday Donations

With our holidays looking a little different this season, one thing has stayed the same at City Light: our employees’ dedication to giving back. The City Light giving workshops have been busy this holiday season, with our employee elves spreading a little extra cheer across the region. Up north at… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (Spot)Light: Hydro Operator Tim Terrill on Powerhouse Job and Rural Living

Hydro Operator Tim Terrill will celebrate two years at Seattle City Light this January. As part of the Utility Engineering & Operations Business unit, Tim works at Boundary Dam, where he controls and maintains the equipment that creates electricity.   “I enjoy learning all about the powerhouse and the various systems… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (Spot)Light: Christina Orrino

Landscapes Supervisor Christina Orrino began her Seattle City Light career two and a half years ago. “We maintain approximately 60 locations, including 17 active substations in addition to the North and South Service Centers,” Christina said. “There are diverse landscapes between all of these sites; some require more detailed work due to the broader selection of… [ Keep reading ]