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Sustainable Penguin Exhibit Wins Design Award

Woodland Park Zoo’s Humboldt penguin exhibit, which includes energy efficient heating from Seattle City Light and a water-saving filtration system from Seattle Public Utilities, won a design excellence award from the Seattle Design Commission.

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.

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.

Seattle City Light Targets Old Commercial Lighting for Upgrades

Seattle City Light will start recruiting workers Sunday for eight positions tied to a progressive program designed to help businesses quickly replace obsolete, energy-wasting lighting with new, efficient lighting.

Seattle City Light Partners With Aquarium on Solar Project

The Seattle Aquarium unveiled Seattle’s first solar hot water demonstration project June 16, a system that will reduce the Aquarium’s use of natural gas by preheating water used in the second floor café. Installed with financial support from Seattle City Light and Puget Sound Energy, the five solar panels will shrink the Aquarium’s carbon footprint by 2.5 tons of CO2 each year, and teach the Aquarium’s 800,000 visitors about renewable energy sources.