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City Light Completes Duct Bank Installation in South Lake Union

In March 2018, Seattle City Light crews completed the final civil work in South Lake Union. Crews installed electrical vaults and duct banks on Harrison Street, between Dexter and 9th avenues north.

Women in Power Hosts Event to Press for Progress

On Thursday, more than 240 members of the City of Seattle community attended the Women in Power: Press for Progress event. This event celebrated International Women’s Day and powerful women everywhere. The event took place in the Bertha Knight Landes Room, named after Seattle’s first female mayor. Opening speaker Mayor… [ Keep reading ]

Public Hearing to Discuss City Light’s 800 Aloha Street Property

Seattle City Light is hosting a public hearing on the disposition plan for the utility’s 800 Aloha Street property on May 1, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. The public hearing will be located at the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) at 860 Terry Ave N. in Seattle.

A Cleaner Energy Future Through New Markets

Seattle City Light General Manager & CEO Larry Weis stated the utility’s intention to prepare to join the Energy Imbalance Market managed by the California Independent System Operator (ISO) beginning in April 2019.

City of Seattle brings Utility Discount to 10,000 more households

Today Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) Director Andrew Lofton announced proposed changes to the Utility Discount Program (UDP) to auto-enroll more than 10,000 low-income Seattle Housing Authority households. Today’s announcement puts the City on track to surpass the Mayor’s goal to double program enrollment two years ahead of schedule.

Seattle City Light Proposes Higher Energy Savings Goal

Seattle City Light will work to help its customers achieve even more energy conservation in the next two years without increasing its budget under a proposed goal submitted to the City Council today.

Denny Substation Project Nears Final Design Milestone: Public Hearing to be Held

The City Council’s Transportation Committee will hold a public hearing on two topics related to the Denny Substation Project.

City Light Submits Advanced Metering Report to Seattle City Council: Outlining Benefits, Research and Addressing Concerns

Seattle City Light is making a White Paper report on the benefits, cost, research and customer outreach plan related to the advanced meters in plans to install.

City Council Approves Seattle City Light Strategic Plan

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

Seattle City Light Proposing $21 Million Transfer to Delay Possible Surcharges

Seattle City Light’s successful efforts to hold down operating costs in 2013 could lesen the potential impact of surcharges that could be triggered by low wholesale energy prices and below normal snowpack could have on its customers.