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Next Planned Power Outage for Seattle Center

Seattle City Light’s work to rebuild the electrical system at Seattle Center requires a planned outage from 10 p.m. this Monday, Sept. 20 until 7 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 21.

City Light Leases Transmission Capacity to EDF Trading

Seattle City Light has entered an agreement with EDF Trading North America, LLC to lease 72 megawatts of transmission capacity rights between the Pacific Northwest and California for the next five years.

Planned Power Outage for Seattle Center

Seattle City Light is planning power outages to replace aging wiring at the Seattle Center campus. The first is scheduled for tonight at 11 p.m. until Friday at 7 a.m.

City Light Replacing 16 Utility Poles in Shoreline

Seattle City Light started work today to replace 16 utility poles along 5th Avenue NE between 165th and 185th streets in Shoreline.

Seattle City Light Among the Best Utilities in Social Media

Seattle City Light is one of the best utilities at interacting with customers through social media, according to a recent survey by J.D. Power and Associates.

Seattle Carbon Neutral Community Forum

On Sept. 14 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. members of the City Council will discuss carbon neutrality for the city.

Herd in the Neighborhood: Goats Back for More

The Roosevelt/Maple Leaf Neighborhood’s favorite vegetation management team is coming back to Seattle City Light’s North Substation next week to munch blackberry bushes in a four-day cleanup.

Ford, Seattle Team Up to Prepare for Electric Vehicles

Ford Motor Company and the City of Seattle today announced a partnership to help prepare the city for the operation of electric vehicles.

Seattle City Light Seeks Energy Vampire Slayers

Just in time for Halloween, Seattle City Light is holding a “Slay Your Energy Vampires” video contest. The utility invites residential customers to upload videos of up to 90 seconds in length to show the energy vampires in their homes and what they’re doing to get rid of them.

New Rules for Transmission Lines Drive Enhanced Vegetation Management

New federal regulations designed to protect the reliability of electric transmission lines require Seattle City Light to step up its vegetation management and access protection efforts on the 230 kV power line that runs from south Snohomish County to Renton.