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SolarWISE Workshops Share Information on Solar Pricing, Technology, Financing

Home and business owners interested in installing solar electric systems can attend SolarWISE workshops to get information on the latest on pricing, technology, financing options. Additionally, these free workshops will provide steps to going solar, and referrals to qualified installers.

Sonic Bloom Inspires Musical Streetlights in South Korea

Sonic Bloom, a solar powered artwork commissioned by Seattle City Light that delights visitors to Pacific Science Center has inspired the Seoul Municipal Government in South Korea to install musical streetlights.

Seattle City Light Introduces MobE to Teach People About Solar Energy

Mayor Ed Murray helped Seattle City Light unveil a first-of-its kind interactive kiosk today that will use the power of the Sun to teach people about solar and other forms of renewable energy.

Power from the Sun and Support for Affordable Housing

Seattle City Light’s latest Community Solar project can provide you with energy from the Sun today and it will help power affordable housing in the future.

City Light Transfers Shoreline’s First Public Solar Project to Meridian Park Elementary

Seattle City Light transferred ownership of a solar array at Meridian Park Elementary to the school at a ceremony on Oct. 24.

City Light Staff Help Third-Graders with Solar Energy Project

Seattle City Light employees met with third-graders at John Stanford International School in Wallingford recently to discuss the students’ project related to global warming and climate change.

Seattle City Light, Seattle Aquarium Celebrate Solar Project Success

Dozens of solar electricity investors joined City Light and the Seattle Aquarium today, to celebrate the successful installation of the largest solar array at any aquarium on the West Coast as part of the utility’s Community Solar and Green Up programs.

Bright Ideas for Seattle City Light

UW students presented their ideas on renewable energy generation and promotion this month at a case competition for Seattle City Light. This was a capstone project for senior students in UW’s Foster School of Business. A total of 46 teams offered innovative solutions on how to meet increased renewable energy requirements posed by I-937, voted on by Seattle residents in 2006. The teams proposed utilizing solar, wind, tidal, geothermal and other types of renewable energy. The business students presented their ideas along with an analysis of City Light’s Community Solar initiative and recommendations on how to structure, market and price the program.

Bright Minds, Solar Energy Combine at UW Competition

This Friday, 250 business students at the University of Washington will present their ideas on how Seattle City Light could best incorporate solar electricity generation by residents and/or the utility into its operations.

City Light, Seattle Aquarium Start Work on Community Solar Project

Seattle City Light and the Seattle Aquarium announced the start of construction today for the largest solar array at any aquarium on the West Coast as part of the utility’s Community Solar and Green Up programs.