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Seattle City Light and Seattle Public Utilities Awarded $18 Million to Customers in Need

Seattle, WA—Seattle City Light and Seattle Public Utilities announced today that they awarded more than $18 million dollars to customers in 2022. These funds were distributed to eligible residential customers enrolled in the utilities’ bill assistance programs and/or payment plans and applied directly to customers’ billing accounts. The Washington State… [ Keep reading ]

2022 Year in Review

2022: A Year in Review After a few tumultuous years, 2022 felt like a step in the right direction and there was certainly plenty to celebrate. As we look ahead to an even brighter 2023, here is a sampling of the milestones, achievements, and accolades Seattle City Light marked in… [ Keep reading ]

Energy Saving Holiday Gift Guide

Now is a great time to give the gift of energy savings to friends and loved ones as energy consumption peaks during the winter months in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle City Light compiled a quick list of ideas to inspire you as your embark on some last minute shopping! Smart… [ Keep reading ]

Skagit Project Relicensing: Draft License Application Submitted

Seattle City Light has submitted a Draft License Application (DLA) to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). This is an important, and required, milestone in the Skagit River Hydroelectric Project relicensing process and a testament to City Light’s continued collaboration with Tribes, Canadian First Nations, federal and state agencies, and… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City Light recognized as No. 1 West Midsize Utility in J.D. Power 2022 Electric Utility Business Customer Satisfaction Study

Seattle, WA—Seattle City Light received the highest customer satisfaction index score of any midsize electrical utility (50,000-89,999 business customers) in the western United States, according to the J.D. Power 2022 Electric Utility Business Customer Satisfaction StudySM. Overall satisfaction is examined across six factors (listed in order of importance): power quality… [ Keep reading ]

Good Energy: Len Kannapell, volunteer on the move

For Energy Management Analyst Len Kannapell, giving back isn’t the kind thing to do – it’s the right thing to do. From organizing neighborhood food drives to mountain climbing fundraisers, Len has donated his time and energy to different causes for 20-plus years. And there’s no stopping him.  “A month-long climbing… [ Keep reading ]

Tips for a Safe and Energy Efficient Holiday Decorating Season

2022 sure has flown by! The holidays are nearly here and soon we’ll be spreading joy and cheer and decking the halls. Before you drag those lights out, we have a few tips to help you stay safe and energy efficient while decorating this holiday season. Decorate in style and… [ Keep reading ]

Preparing for Stormy Days Ahead

The days of rainy, cold, and windy weather have officially arrived here in Seattle and with them comes the increased risk of power outages in our area. Seattle City Light has some tips and resources to help you prepare for the inclement weather ahead so that you stay comfortable, informed,… [ Keep reading ]

Georgetown Steam Plant Open House Celebration

Saturday, November 12, 2022 from 10am-2pm Join Seattle City Light and the Georgetown Steam Plant Community Development Authority as they celebrate the preservation of the Georgetown Steam Plant, its history, and volunteers with an open house celebration on Saturday, November 12, 2022. Doors open at 10am with guided tours scheduled… [ Keep reading ]

Energy Efficient Tips to Carry You into Fall

It’s Energy Efficiency Day – what better time to shine a spotlight on energy saving tips to help you keep your home operating smoothly and efficiently as we head into the cooler months. Make the switch to LED Turning off lights that aren’t in use is an easy and cost-effective… [ Keep reading ]