Seattle City Light DEBRA SMITH, General Manager and CEO
Global Change

Green Power Program Resources

Green Power Network Leaving City of Seattle public network
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and maintained by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, this page provides up-to-the-minute news, developments and links on renewable energy resources.

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Leaving City of Seattle public network
NREL is the U.S. Department of Energy's premier laboratory for renewable energy research & development and a lead lab for energy efficiency R&D.

Northwest SEED Leaving City of Seattle public network
Northwest SEED (Sustainable Energy for Economic Development) supports and develops creative programs, policies, and financing approaches to build rural economies and meet the region's power needs through affordable, distributed "green" generation.

Northwest Solar Center Leaving City of Seattle public network
The Northwest Solar Center is a program of WSU's Cooperative Extension Energy Program, located at Magnuson Park in Seattle. The center assists Northwest utilities and their customers in the development of community-based renewable energy projects and works to accelerate market penetration of renewables technologies.

Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Leaving City of Seattle public network
The U.S. Department of Energy gateway to hundreds of Web sites and thousands of online documents on energy efficiency and renewable energy.

Renewable Northwest Project (RNP) Leaving City of Seattle public network
RNP works for a clean energy future by promoting policies that support renewable energy development, working to get projects in the ground, and nurturing markets for renewables.

Seattle City Light Net Metering
City Light customers who generate their own electricity from renewable sources of 25 kilowatts or less can connect to the City electrical system and receive billing credits for excess power.

Solar Washington Leaving City of Seattle public network
Solar Washington is the local chapter of the American Solar Energy Society which promotes the development and effective use of solar and renewable energy through education and training.

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