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Seattle City Light and Nucor Enter Innovative Agreement for Energy Savings

As a result of today’s Seattle City Council vote approving an ordinance to allow Seattle City Light to enter into an innovative energy conservation contract with its largest customer, Nucor Steel, enough energy will be saved to heat 540 Seattle homes for a year.

New City Light Rates Take Effect in January

City Light customers are reminded that starting in January 2013, an average rate increase of 4.4 percent goes into place.

Councilmember O’Brien Seeks Residential Customer to Serve on Seattle City Light Review Panel

Seattle City Councilmember Mike O’Brien seeks a new representative for the City Light Review Panel to represent City Light’s residential rate-paying customers.

Seattle City Council Unanimously Reconfirms City Light Superintendent Jorge Carrasco

By a vote of 8-0, the Seattle City Council today reconfirmed Jorge Carrasco for another four years as Seattle City Light superintendent.

Seattle City Council Adopts Seattle City Light Six-Year Strategic Plan

By a vote of 8-0, the Seattle City Council has passed a resolution adopting Seattle City Light’s proposed six-year strategic plan. The plan includes revenue requirements that equal about a 4.7 percent rate increase for each of the next six years.

Mayor McGinn, Business Leaders Endorse Strategic Plan for Seattle City Light

Mayor Mike McGinn and a group of business leaders endorsed a strategic plan for Seattle City Light that is designed to guide operations, investments and rates at the municipally owned utility.

Council Approves Positive Changes to City Light Green Programs

Seattle’s City Council approves legislation to encourage all Seattle City Light customers to participate in the utility’s Community Solar program.

Seattle City Council Protects Most Vulnerable Low-income Utility Customers

Today the City Council unanimously passed a resolution allowing Seattle City Light to extend residential rate assistance to low-income customers residing in the Seattle Housing Authority and King County Housing Authority if they are not receiving other assistance with their electric utility bills.

Open Letter to Our Customers on 2010 Accomplishments

You, our customers, are the focus of everything we do at Seattle City Light, so I’m pleased to provide an overview of key accomplishments we achieved on your behalf in 2010. — Jorge Carrasco, Superintendent

City Council Unanimously Approves Seattle City Light Budget

The Seattle City Council unanimously approved a budget for Seattle City Light today that will lower customers’ energy costs in 2011, followed by a modest increase in 2012.