Upgrades at Port Madison Substation continue

June 28, 2024

To improve electric reliability for Bainbridge Island customers, PSE is replacing aging equipment at Port Madison Substation. Last year we replaced some equipment and we’re returning this year to complete the upgrades. Our crews have already made great progress since construction resumed in May, including laying new electrical conduit and preparing the substation yard to … Read more

The benefits of having a looped transmission system on Bainbridge Island

June 28, 2024

In late May and early June, Bainbridge Island experienced two substation-level outages: the first at Winslow Substation and the second at Murden Cove Substation. In both instances, vegetation had fallen into the transmission line that serves the substation, taking out power. Because these substations are only served by one transmission line each (called a “single … Read more

Maximize savings with a new heat pump water heater and Flex Smart+

June 28, 2024

Heat pump water heaters, also known as hybrid water heaters, are a game-changer for energy efficiency. They can reduce your energy consumption by up to 70% compared to standard electric water heaters. Instead of heating water directly, they use electricity to transfer heat, operating much like a reverse refrigerator. These advanced units offer flexibility and … Read more

PSE’s EV chargers are making a difference

June 28, 2024

We’ve opened seven Up & Go Electric public charging stations to increase access to electric vehicle charging and help EV drivers get where they’re going. Our chargers are also helping EV drivers protect the environment. That’s because the electricity used at each station is matched by renewable energy through our Green Power program.  Since 2020, … Read more

Bainbridge Island Downtown Association’s 3rd of July Street Dance is back

June 28, 2024

One of Bainbridge Island’s largest downtown events, the 3rd of July Street Dance, will return Wednesday, July 3 from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Winslow Way. The Bainbridge Island Downtown Association (BIDA), with the help of the City of Bainbridge Island, will convert the Winslow Way business corridor into a pedestrian-only boardwalk. The event … Read more

Join Bainbridge Island Chamber for the annual Grand Old 4th of July celebration

June 28, 2024

As it has since 1967, Bainbridge Island will celebrate July 4th with multiple overlapping events taking over downtown Winslow and Waterfront Park between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. The day will kick-off with the traditional Pancake Breakfast followed by the Bainbridge Youth Services Fun Run, Car Show, Street Fair, Kid’s Zone, Beer & Wine Garden, … Read more

Upgrades at Port Madison Substation continue
Upgrades at Port Madison Substation continue

June 28, 2024

To improve electric reliability for Bainbridge Island customers, PSE is replacing aging equipment at Port Madison Substation. Last year we replaced some equipment and we’re returning this year to complete the upgrades. Our crews have already made great progress since construction resumed in May, including laying new electrical conduit and preparing the substation yard to … Read more

 
The benefits of having a looped transmission system on Bainbridge Island
The benefits of having a looped transmission system on Bainbridge Island

June 28, 2024

In late May and early June, Bainbridge Island experienced two substation-level outages: the first at Winslow Substation and the second at Murden Cove Substation. In both instances, vegetation had fallen into the transmission line that serves the substation, taking out power. Because these substations are only served by one transmission line each (called a “single … Read more

 
Maximize savings with a new heat pump water heater and Flex Smart+
Maximize savings with a new heat pump water heater and Flex Smart+

June 28, 2024

Heat pump water heaters, also known as hybrid water heaters, are a game-changer for energy efficiency. They can reduce your energy consumption by up to 70% compared to standard electric water heaters. Instead of heating water directly, they use electricity to transfer heat, operating much like a reverse refrigerator. These advanced units offer flexibility and … Read more

 
PSE’s EV chargers are making a difference
PSE’s EV chargers are making a difference

June 28, 2024

We’ve opened seven Up & Go Electric public charging stations to increase access to electric vehicle charging and help EV drivers get where they’re going. Our chargers are also helping EV drivers protect the environment. That’s because the electricity used at each station is matched by renewable energy through our Green Power program.  Since 2020, … Read more

 
Bainbridge Island Downtown Association’s 3rd of July Street Dance is back
Bainbridge Island Downtown Association’s 3rd of July Street Dance is back

June 28, 2024

One of Bainbridge Island’s largest downtown events, the 3rd of July Street Dance, will return Wednesday, July 3 from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Winslow Way. The Bainbridge Island Downtown Association (BIDA), with the help of the City of Bainbridge Island, will convert the Winslow Way business corridor into a pedestrian-only boardwalk. The event … Read more

 
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