Fall at Skagit Hydroelectric Project, Photo by Kevin Lidtka
Seattle City Light LARRY WEIS, General Manager and CEO
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City Light offers customers several options to increase the supply of renewable energy and help protect the environment for future generations.

Join over 16,000 customers who support green energy through voluntary City Light programs.
  • Green Up - Support local renewable energy projects-it is the easiest, least expensive way to go green while making a big difference.

  • Rooftop Solar - Generate your own electricity with solar panels-increase the value of your home and reduce your bill.

  • Community Solar - Learn about the five community solar sites already operating and producing power for City Light customers.

Did you know?
Seattle's long tradition of clean, renewable energy began in 1905 with the Cedar Falls hydroelectric plant. Later, City Light developed the Skagit and Boundary hydroelectric facilities. The Skagit project was recertified as a "Low-Impact Hydropower” facility that is minimizing environmental impacts.

Customer participation in renewable energy programs adds to this legacy by acquiring additional supplies and accelerating the market for new renewable energy. See what City Light customers have accomplished in the last 10 years.
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Support Northwest renewable energy projects and education through voluntary contributions to your City Light Bill.

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