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Seattle City (spot)Light: Casey Langlois, Senior Power Dispatcher

The BasicsYears of Service: 10Division: Utility Operations & EngineeringRole: Currently I am a senior power dispatcher, assigned outage coordinator. I schedule and plan many of the outages associated with the utility’s distribution, transmission and generational facilities. I like my job because I get to be more involved with the field crews daily,… [ Keep reading ]

Arbor Day in the PNW: Spring Planning, Fall Planting

Happy Arbor Day! Here in the Pacific Northwest, we are fond of trees. The lush greenery all around is one of the reasons we love living here. City Light was even named a 2021 Tree Line USA® utility by the Arbor Day Foundation! Although the warming temperatures and cloudless skies… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Walker Dodson, Energy Management Analyst Assistant

The BasicsYears of Service: Five-plusDivision: Energy Innovation & ResourcesRole: I work with customers and contractors to make homes and businesses energy efficient by securing rebates and incentives for energy conservation measures. This is a really unique position as it provides an opportunity for a positive interaction with our customer base… [ Keep reading ]

Escalent Names Seattle City Light a 2021 Environmental Champion

Each Earth Day, Escalent, a top human behavior and analytics firm, evaluates and ranks utilities on Environmental Dedication, determining which utilities are considered Environmental Champions. This year, Seattle City Light joined 31 utilities recognized as 2021 Environmental Champions. City Light, one of eight western electric utilities recognized, scored 726 points out of a 1,000-point maximum scale. These and other findings are based on the Cogent Syndicated 2021 Utility Trusted Brand &… [ Keep reading ]

We Power Seattle – Stewards of Our Planet

For more than 50 years people around the globe have celebrated Earth Day on April 22. Today, we celebrate with more than a billion people in nearly 200 countries, highlighting the environment and the importance of building a healthy, sustainable planet. While City Light has delivered renewable hydropower for more than a… [ Keep reading ]

April is Native Plant Appreciation Month

April is Native Plant Appreciation Month, so to help celebrate, here are some quick facts about native plants and why they deserve your attention. What is a native plant? According to the National Wildlife Federation, native plants are plants that “occur naturally in a particular region region, ecosystem, or habitat… [ Keep reading ]

5 Tips to Combat Climate Change

At Seattle City Light, combating the climate crisis starts with delivering carbon-neutral, renewable energy while protecting the environment. City Light is engaged in preparing for climate change to ensure that we can continue to provide safe, reliable and affordable electrical services to our customers. Here are some ways that customers can prepare to be climate-resilient.

Seattle City Light Recognized for Progress toward Clean Energy Future

Today, the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA), a nonprofit organization that envisions a carbon-free energy system, announced that Seattle City Light has earned a spot in its 2021 Utility Transformation Leaderboard. The recognition results from City Light’s participation in SEPA’s Utility Transformation Challenge—a comprehensive, honest assessment of U.S. electric utilities’… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City Light Named 2021 Tree Line USA Utility by Arbor Day Foundation

The Arbor Day Foundation has named Seattle City Light a 2021 Tree Line USA® utility in honor of its commitment to proper tree pruning, planting and care in the provider’s service area. Tree Line USA, a partnership between the Foundation and the National Association of State Foresters, recognizes public and… [ Keep reading ]

Virtual Town Hall: City Light 2022-2026 Strategic Plan

Seattle City Light’s Strategic Plan is a comprehensive roadmap that plots a course from where we are today to where we want to be in the future. To adjust for changes to the landscape along the way, we update the Strategic Plan every two years to ensure that the plan… [ Keep reading ]