City Light Recognized as an Exemplary Supporter by the Integrated Lighting Campaign

Seattle City Light has been selected for exemplary recognition as a Supporter of Pacific Northwest National Lab’s Integrated Lighting Campaign (ILC)! The ILC is a program within the US Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy that helps facility owners and managers take advantage of networked lighting control and integrated… [ Keep reading ]

Skagit River Hydro Project Relicensing Update

Seattle City Light continues working toward preparing to submit an application for the relicensing of the Skagit River Hydroelectric Project. Even as we move forward through the relicensing process and start the field studies that will help us be good stewards of the natural and cultural resources of the Skagit… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Brian Taubeneck, Senior Management Systems Analyst

The BasicsYears of Service: TwoDivision: General Manager’s OfficeRole: I work as a continuous improvement business analyst on the Strategic Planning and Performance team. I coordinate City Light’s participation in various benchmarking studies, and I analyze work processes and look for areas for change and improvement. My current project involves evaluating… [ Keep reading ]

Tell us what a clean energy future means to you and help shape the future of energy

Have you heard about the Washington State Clean Energy Transformation Act? On May 7, 2019, Governor Jay Inslee signed into law the Clean Energy Transformation Act, also known as CETA, which commits Washington to an electricity supply free of greenhouse gas emissions by 2045. Key milestones for Washington utilities under… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City Light (spot)Light: Sara Stubbs, Employee Engagement & Communications

The BasicsYears of Service: Joined October 2020Division: People & CultureRole: As part of the Employee Experience team, I help share information about the resources and services offered by People & Culture and make them easier for employees to use. I also get to plan fun events like Family Day and… [ Keep reading ]

Summer tips for staying comfortable without using a lot of electricity

Lars Henrikson is a Residential Efficiency Program Manager in Seattle City Light’s Customer Care and Energy Solutions business unit. Long-time Seattle residents will tell you that some summers never get above 80 degrees and when it does get hot, it’s only for a day or two. As we’ve seen this summer with the record-setting heat… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Aldo Nardiello, Business Partner Manager

The BasicsYears of Service: Three and a halfDivision: People & CultureRole: I have been in my current role for about six months now. The Business Partners program is a new group within People & Culture that connects the resources and expertise of People & Culture with the rest of City… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Colm Otten, Solutions Design & Management Program Manager

The BasicsYears of Service: Four and a halfDivision: Customer Care & Energy SolutionsRole: My main focus has been on designing and implementing two programs aimed at our large commercial customers. Pay for Performance is a program where we pay customers incentives based on how much energy they save. Energy Efficiency… [ Keep reading ]

Light Reading: July/August 2021

Stay cool and energy efficient this summer!   There are few things better than summertime in the Pacific Northwest! This year, keep your family cool and your energy usage low with these tips: Invest in energy-efficient windows. Upgrading your windows to high-performance, energy-efficient models will improve the comfort of your home, as… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Matt Clifford, Senior Accountant

The BasicsYears of Service: Four and a halfDivision: AccountingRole: I manage various areas of City Light accounting, including retail revenues, pension, and bond issuance. I also work on our financial statements and annual report, as well as assist with our annual financial audit. BackgroundHometown: Born in Portland, Ore., raised in… [ Keep reading ]