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7 Simple Things You Can Do To Use Less Energy and Save Nearly $500 a Year

Turn Off The Lights And Replace Incandescent Bulbs.  It only takes a few seconds to conserve energy: just remember to always turn off your lights when you leave a room. And switching to energy-efficient LED light bulbs can save you about $75 each year. Program Your Thermostat.Save as much as $180 a… [ Keep reading ]

5 Ways City Light Goes Green

With more than 40 years of conservation programs, a long history of producing clean hydropower and a zero-carbon footprint, City Light strives to be the Nation’s Greenest Utility.  In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, here are five ways our utility and customers go green! 1. Weatherizing Homes to Save Energy For low-income… [ Keep reading ]

Four Ways to Stay Cool This Fourth of July

Stay cool this summer with these four simple steps!

Seattle City Light Named Environmental Champion for Fourth Consecutive Year

To be designated an Environmental Champion, a utility must facilitate consumption management, enable environmental causes, encourage environmentally friendly fleets and buildings, and generally show its customers a dedication to promoting clean energy.

Seattle City (spot)Light: Darrin Kinney

Distribution System Planner Darrin Kinney has been part of City Light’s Energy Delivery Engineering group for four years.

Seattle City Light Continues to Meet I-937 Requirements

Seattle City Light continues to meet the renewable energy and energy conservation requirements of the Energy Independence Act, passed by Washington state voters in 2006 as Initiative 937.

Seattle City Light Begins Advanced Metering Upgrade

Seattle City Light will replace more than 420,000 meters by the end of 2018 with new, advanced meters.

Seattle City Light Participating in Test of Innovative Circuit Breaker

Seattle City Light is participating in a pilot project led by EPRI and Eaton to test a new circuit breaker that will enable users to better understand and manage their energy usage. Here’s the announcement from EPRI and Eaton: EPRI, Eaton Commence Field Test of Innovative Circuit Breaker Technology Seeking… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City Light Named an Environmental Champion

Seattle City Light has been named a 2016 Environmental Champion by Cogent Reports.

City Light’s Integrated Resource Plan Adapts to Changing Environment

The 2016 Seattle City Light Integrated Resource Plan examines an array of power options to help position the utility towards the future. The plan focuses on being the least cost and most environmentally friendly, and achieves the utility’s goal of being a leader in environmental stewardship.