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Residential Customers Rate Seattle City Light Among the Best Utilities

Satisfaction improved over the past year among Seattle City Light’s residential customers, who rated City Light as one of the best midsize utilities in the West, according to J. D. Power and Associates.

Boundary Dam’s Unit 53 Generator is Back Online

Boundary Dam’s electrical generating unit 53 is back up and running for the peak generation season on the Pend Oreille River. The generator was repaired in half the time it typically takes for this type of project and $1 million under budget.

Seattle’s Trash to Generate Even More Clean Electricity for City Light

Seattle’s trash will soon generate even more clean energy for Seattle City Light customers.

City Council Approves Seattle City Light Strategic Plan

The Seattle City Council unanimously approved a 2015-2020 Strategic Plan for Seattle City Light today.

New Decant Facility Helps Nation’s Greenest Utility Protect Environment, Reduce Costs

A new facility in South Seattle is helping Seattle City Light protect the environment, streamline operations and reduce costs for our customer-owners.

Seattle City Light Named 2014 Tree Line USA Utility

For the second year in a row, Seattle City Light has earned recognition as a Tree Line USA utility from the Arbor Day Foundation.

FERC Approves $2 Million Settlement Benefitting Seattle City Light

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved a settlement agreement that will provide Seattle City Light with $2 million to resolve its claims against Vancouver, B.C.-based Powerex related to high prices for electricity that were charged during the West Coast energy crisis of 2000 and 2001.

Seattle City Light Names Craig Smith Conservation Resources Director

Craig Smith has been hired as the next conservation resources director for Seattle City Light, General Manager and CEO Jorge Carrasco announced today.

Bright Minds, Solar Energy Combine at UW Competition

This Friday, 250 business students at the University of Washington will present their ideas on how Seattle City Light could best incorporate solar electricity generation by residents and/or the utility into its operations.

City Light Acquires More Fish Habitat for Preservation

Seattle City Light recently purchased three separate riverfront properties to protect salmonid habitat in our region. The purchases cover 44.5 acres on Pressentin Creek, one acre on the Skagit River and half an acre on the Tolt River. The property on the Skagit River is adjacent to other protected parcels owned by City Light.