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Good Energy: Cintia Luna-Villasana, Habitat for Humanity

For Operations Analyst Cintia Luna-Villasana volunteering is more than a checkmark off a feel-good list; it’s about helping those in need overcome the struggles she experienced first-hand. “My parents worked in the fields, which didn’t provide much money,” Cintia shared. “It wasn’t a shock that my family was poor and… [ Keep reading ]

45 Years of Conservation

For 45 years, Seattle City Light has had the longest continually running conservation program in the country. Since its inception in 1977, energy efficiency measures supported by the utility have been installed in residential, commercial, and industrial facilities throughout our service territory. As a result of this legacy and current… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City Light Solar Powered Summer Attractions

It takes great power to make the Seattle area as amazing as it is. Fueled by people, technology, renewable energy, and carbon-neutral electricity, Seattle City Light is driven by you, and together we power some pretty remarkable things. Here’s a list of amazing solar-powered attractions to visit this summer. Sonic Bloom… [ Keep reading ]

Award-Winning Green Up Community Program is Now Accepting Applications for New Solar Power Projects

The application period has closed and they are no longer being accepted Seattle City Light and the Washington State Housing Finance Commission’s (WSHFC) Sustainable Energy Trust were selected as 2021 Green Power Leadership Award winners by the Center for Resource Solutions. The award recognizes the two agencies for removing barriers for low- and moderate-income communities to install… [ Keep reading ]

City Light’s Commitment to Women and Minority-Owned Businesses

Seattle City Light actively supports opportunities for women and minority-owned businesses. We provide networking opportunities, conduct outreach, facilitate technical assistance, and encourage businesses to register using the Online Business Directory so they are supported in consulting and purchasing contract opportunities with the City of Seattle. The City’s women and minority-owned… [ Keep reading ]

Cost-Effective Solar Power for Local Nonprofits and Affordable Housing – Green Up Community Program

GREEN UP COMMUNITY IS NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME. We will announce when we are accepting applications again. Seattle City Light and the Washington State Housing Finance Commission’s (WSHFC) Sustainable Energy Trust are partnering to bring cost-effective solar power to affordable housing and qualifying nonprofit facilities via the City… [ Keep reading ]