Seattle City Councilmember Bruce Harrell

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Archive for August, 2011

Aug 09 2011

Council approves positive changes to City Light green programs

Published by under Seattle City Light

Press Release issued 8/08/11

More inclusive Community Solar program and Green Up carries on

SEATTLE – Today, the Seattle City Council approved legislation that helps expand Seattle’s reputation as a socially inclusive green city. Council Bill 117243 supports efforts to encourage all Seattle City Light customers to participate in the utility’s Community Solar program. This program aligns with the City’s Race and Social Justice goals and encourages City Light to provide the widest possible access to its solar programs. Community Solar gives customers the opportunity to receive credits on energy produced from a solar voltaic array owned and operated by City Light.

“As an advocate for social justice and inclusion, I am pleased to pass this legislation,” said Councilmember Bruce Harrell, chair of the Energy, Technology and Civil Rights Committee. “It opens the Community Solar program up to people who may not have participated otherwise and spreads awareness of solar photovoltaic technology.”

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