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Seattle City Light Debuts Solar Tree House Saturday at Jefferson Park Jubilee

During Saturday’s Jefferson Park Jubilee, Seattle City Light will open a new solar canopy that will provide an overlook of the park and its new Beacon Mountain play area and spraypark.

City Light Part of WA Team Awarded $520,000 for Solar

A team of municipalities, utilities and nonprofit organizations led by the Washington State Department of Commerce has been awarded more than $520,000 from the U.S. Department of Energy to accelerate the use of solar power in the state.

Solar Carousel Sneak Peek Available from CityStream

Seattle Channel is featuring the Woodland Park Zoo’s solar carousel in this week’s episode of CityStream, which premiere’s Thursday night. But you can get a sneak peek at the show and learn more about City Light’s project and partnership with the zoo.

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.

Solar Panel Installations Underway for Zoo Carousel

Work is now underway to install solar panels on the roof of the carousel pavilion at Woodland Park Zoo thanks to a $70,000 grant from Seattle City Light’s green power program.

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.

City Light, Renton School District Unveil Viking 1 Solar Project

Seattle City Light and the Renton School District celebrated the installation of the Viking 1 solar energy demonstration project at Dimmitt Middle School today.

Seattle City Light Partners With Aquarium on Solar Project

The Seattle Aquarium unveiled Seattle’s first solar hot water demonstration project June 16, a system that will reduce the Aquarium’s use of natural gas by preheating water used in the second floor café. Installed with financial support from Seattle City Light and Puget Sound Energy, the five solar panels will shrink the Aquarium’s carbon footprint by 2.5 tons of CO2 each year, and teach the Aquarium’s 800,000 visitors about renewable energy sources.