Recap of electric and magnetic fields (EMF) information session

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On Wednesday, September 29, PSE hosted an information session on electric and magnetic fields (EMF). Over 75 community members registered to attend, and participants asked dozens of thoughtful questions about the impacts of EMF. Attendees heard from Andrew Thatcher, an independent board-certified health physicist, and Andy Swayne, PSE’s Senior Municipal Liaison Manager, who explained what … Read more

PSE’s Community Solar program

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PSE recently launched Community Solar, a new voluntary renewable energy option now available for customer subscription. We’ve partnered with schools and other local organizations to build multiple new solar energy installations across our service area that generate clean, renewable energy for the community. PSE electric customers can subscribe to “shares” in any available site for … Read more

Energy Awareness Month

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October is Energy Awareness Month! As a leader in the utility industry when it comes to green energy and efficiency, PSE knows there has never been a better time to look into ways you can save energy at home! If you’re looking to save even more, check out our rebates on upgrades to increase your energy efficiency … Read more

Puget Sound Energy invites public comment on Draft Clean Energy Implementation Plan

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Puget Sound Energy submitted its draft plan for expanding use of clean energy to provide electricity customers with safe, reliable and affordable service. Filed with the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC), PSE’s Clean Energy Implementation Plan (CEIP) charts a course of action for clean electricity programs and investments for the years 2022-2025, in accordance with goals … Read more