Posts tagged with Superintendent Jorge Carrasco Archives - Powerlines

Seattle City Light Receives 42-Year License for Boundary Dam

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has issued an order for a new, 42-year license for Seattle City Light’s largest hydroelectric dam, Boundary, on the Pend Oreille River near Metaline Falls.

Seattle City Light Ranked Highest Midsize Utility In The West By Its Business Customers

Business customers rated Seattle City Light highest among all US midsize utilities in the J.D. Power and Associates 2013 Electric Utility Business Customer Satisfaction Study released this week. City Light also tied for third place nationally among all 95 utilities ranked by the survey results.

LOCAL YOUTH TEAM WITH COMMUNITY MEMBERS TO HELP MARK START OF DENNY SUBSTATION WORK Students and South Lake Union community join forces on mural project

Seattle City Light chose Urban ArtWorks to create a mural that will line Denny Way while clean-up work gets started in preparation for future construction of the Denny Substation. The mural was designed to illustrate the history and future of the neighborhood and site.

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