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Seattle City Light Links Customers with Hohm

Today Seattle City Light is the first utility to announce that it is offering customers the ability to link their electricity consumption data with Microsoft Hohm, an online application that tracks energy use and provides personalized energy conservation recommendations.

City Light Helps Paramount Theater Cut Energy Costs

Seattle City Light is helping the historic Paramount Theater reduce its energy consumption and save money by replacing incandescent lighting with energy efficient fluorescent and LED fixtures — including a rebuild of the theater’s signature neon sign.

City Light takes a Heart Walk

City Light employees, along with their friends and families, turned out for the Oct. 3, 2009 Puget Sound Heart Walk at Qwest Field in support of the American Heart Association. At last count, 58 walkers from the utility had signed up for the fundraiser, with both walkers and their supporters contributing $5,600.

Seattle City Light Launches Home Energy Report Project

Starting Oct. 7, Seattle City Light will provide 20,000 randomly selected homeowners with bi-monthly home energy reports as part of a pilot program to help them reduce their energy consumption and save money.

Northgate Area Power Mostly Restored

Seattle City Light crews are working to restore power in the Northgate area.

Seattle City Light explains causes of Queen Anne power outages

Power has been restored to all customers in the Queen Anne and Magnolia neighborhoods. Equipment failure caused outages Saturday and Sunday.

Saturday Morning Seattle Center Power Outage

Early tomorrow morning, Saturday, Sept. 26th, power will be shut off at Seattle Center and in an area around it until approximately 7 a.m.  for emergency repairs to City Light’s electrical distribution system.  The approximate area of the outage is from Denny Way to Mercer St., from Queen Anne Ave. N. to… [ Keep reading ]

Power Restored for 6,700 Queen Anne/Uptown Homes, Businesses

Seattle City Light crews have restored power to about 6,700 customers in Queen Anne and Uptown, who lost service about 1 p.m.

City Light Assessing Trees, Plants Near Transmission Lines

Seattle City Light’s vegetation management department has retained Washington Forestry Consultants Inc. of Olympia to conduct an inventory and assessment the trees and vegetation on its electrical transmission system in the state of Washington.

In-home Monitors Help Motivated Customers Save Energy

A pilot program by Seattle City Light found encouraging results on the effectiveness of in-home energy monitoring displays for helping people conserve energy.