Has your small business been impacted by COVID-19? Are you looking for ways to save on your electricity bill? Seattle City Light is offering free efficient lighting and water savers to small businesses and nonprofits for a limited time. If you currently have inefficient incandescent, halogen, or compact fluorescent lighting, this is a great opportunity to get efficient LEDs installed at no cost to you. Converting your lighting to LED can reduce your electricity bill by around 20%. It’s easy to sign up and it’s free!
Once you sign up, we will work with you to schedule a time for our team to visit your business to install LED bulbs and leave behind easy-to-install water savers as needed. Our team is following the guidance of our public health authorities including Public Health – Seattle and King County, Washington State Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) with regards to physical distancing, personal protective equipment (including masks), cleanliness practices, and daily verification of staff health.
Click on the button above to get started. You’ll need your 10-digit Seattle City Light account number, which you can find on your bill. If you prefer to contact the installation team directly, you can contact them at SCL_SmallBiz@clearesult.com or 877-311-8752.
If you prefer to receive service in a language other than English, please say the language you need in English (e.g., “Spanish, please!” or “Vietnamese, please!”), and we will connect you to an interpreter.
For more information on support available for small businesses, including bill deferral and virtual energy audits, check out our blog post on COVID-19 relief options for small businesses and nonprofits.
Available to commercial customers on the small or medium general service rate up to 250 kW, excluding multifamily buildings and national franchises and chains. Case-by-case exceptions will be made for locally-owned businesses with less than 100 employees. We only provide LED bulbs to replace incandescent, halogen, or compact fluorescent bulbs (not existing LEDs) and water savers to customers with electric water heat.