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Seattle City (spot)Light: Walker Dodson, Energy Management Analyst Assistant

The BasicsYears of Service: Five-plusDivision: Energy Innovation & ResourcesRole: I work with customers and contractors to make homes and businesses energy efficient by securing rebates and incentives for energy conservation measures. This is a really unique position as it provides an opportunity for a positive interaction with our customer base… [ Keep reading ]

33 Studies to Provide Wealth of Environmental and Cultural Knowledge about Skagit Valley

Seattle City Light is spending over $20 million on studies about the Skagit Valley Watershed—home to the three dams that provide 20 percent of City Light’s renewable energy SEATTLE—More than 30 studies will help Seattle City Light and government agencies, Tribes and other regional partners understand the effects of the utility’s dams and opportunities to improve the watershed. Most of the studies will be included in… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Danielle Legge, Out of Class Senior Customer Service Representative

The BasicsYears of Service: FiveDivision: Transformation & Customer ExperienceRole: My current position is with the newly formed customer advocacy team as an out-of-class senior customer service representative. I enjoy working with the public to answer their questions and provide resources to find the best possible solutions. BackgroundHometown: Seattle, WashingtonAlma Mater:… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Michael Ordona, Electrical Construction and Maintenance Supervisor

The BasicsYears of Service: 22+Division: Utility Operations & EngineeringRole: I supervise crews who maintain and install equipment in substations for system reliability. We also maintain commercial and industrial substations throughout the city, occasionally supporting our generation projects: Skagit, Boundary, Cedar Falls, and Tolt Powerhouses. BackgroundHometown: Born and raised in Seattle,… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Lisa Espinosa, Energy Management Analyst

The BasicsYears of Service: TwoDivision: Customer Care & Energy SolutionsRole: I work closely with owners, developers, building operators, property managers, tenants, and a network of contractors and service providers to implement energy efficient services, conduct program outreach, and act as a point of contact for businesses and multifamily properties. BackgroundHometown:… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Julie Banerjee, Senior Program Manager

The BasicsYears of Service: TwoDivision: Customer Care & Energy SolutionsRole: I focus on conservation programming for our new construction and multifamily customers, specifically affordable housing and efficient, low greenhouse-gas-emitting properties. In 2020, I also had the opportunity to support the Utility Discount Program, which was expanded in response to COVID-19…. [ Keep reading ]

Seattle City (spot)Light: Tosha Siebert, Manager of Stations, Relay, and Operators

From Field Operations manager for North Line to Manager of Stations, Relay, and Operators, Tosha Siebert reflects on her new role Tosha Siebert joined City Light as the Field Operations Manager for North Line. “I started my job in March 2020, just a few days before Gov. Inslee announced the… [ Keep reading ]

February Snowstorm Recap

Last weekend brought record amounts of snow to the Seattle area, which created challenges for City Light crews and employees to keep the lights on for our customers. In addition to responding to outages and restoring power, City Light employees stepped up to support other City department operations and traveled south to Oregon to assist our neighboring utility that experienced greater damage to utility poles and infrastructure than we did in Seattle.

Seattle City (spot)Light: Eliza Ives, Renewable Energy Program Manager

From Boston to Seattle, Eliza Ives shares her passion for the outdoors and upcoming advancements in renewable energy. Renewable Energy Program Manager Eliza Ives has been with City Light for three and a half years. “I started as a graduate intern and decided to stick around!” she exclaimed. “I am… [ Keep reading ]

Rolling Slowdowns Planned on I-5 (Feb. 10-12)

Seattle City Light crews plan to relocate several overhead power lines on Interstate 5 at Northeast 155th Street in Shoreline. The work, which supports Sound Transit’s Lynnwood Link Extension project, will result in traffic impacts on Feb. 10-12. To complete this work safely, Washington State Patrol troopers and construction crews… [ Keep reading ]