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Get the Latest on Renewable Energy with Green e-News

Stay up to date on the latest advancements and opportunities in renewable energy with Seattle City Light’s new e-newsletter, Green e-News.

Seattle City Light Joins the Seattle Mariners to Celebrate Earth Day with Carbon Free Game vs. A’s

Seattle City Light will be at Safeco Field on Friday evening to help the Mariners celebrate Earth Day with the team’s third annual carbon neutral game.

City Light Acquires Wind Farm’s Renewable Energy Credits

Seattle City Light has reached an agreement with Idaho Winds to purchase all the renewable energy credits from the company’s 22 megawatt Sawtooth Wind Project from 2015 to 2029 for approximately $1 million per year.

Putting Renewable Energy Demo Projects on the Map

Anyone interested in renewable energy is invited to check out the new map of our renewable energy demonstration projects, which we’ve added to our website.

Seattle City Light, Woodland Park Zoo to Power Carousel with Sun

In partnership with Seattle City Light, Woodland Park Zoo will install solar panels this month on the roof of the carousel pavilion located on the zoo’s North Meadow.

Seattle City Light Customers Enthusiastically Back Green Power

Since November, more than 3,000 people have signed up to buy credits for new renewable energy production through Seattle City Light’s Green Up program. That’s a 35 percent enrollment increase.

Seattle City Light Seeks New, Renewable Energy

Seattle City Light is actively pursuing opportunities to purchase a total of 200,000 Megawatt-hours of new renewable energy.

Seattle’s Trash Becoming Its Clean Energy

Seattle City Light announces a three-way partnership that provides new, renewable energy from a landfill gas power plant at Waste Management’s Columbia Ridge landfill in Oregon where Seattle Public Utilities disposes of the city’s garbage.

Seattle City Light Seeks New Renewable Energy Resources

Seattle City Light is actively pursuing opportunities to purchase up to 50 Megawatts of new renewable energy.