PSE in the Community

More than $1 million awarded in solar installation grants

Through our Green Power and Solar Choice programs, we’ve awarded more than $1 million in grant funding to 15 organizations in our service area to install new solar projects. Recipients range from local nonprofits, housing authorities and tribal entities serving low-income and Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) community members and projects that further clean … Read more

PSE Foundation provides grants to five local organizations

The PSE Foundation has granted $648,000 to community-based public charity organizations throughout our service area. The grants were awarded following a competitive grant program. The program sought to fund programs and/or services that ensured community members have access to shelter, food, personal protection equipment (PPE), and other essential services throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Funding was … Read more

Upcoming Community Sounding Board meeting

The Community Sounding Board’s (CSB) fifth meeting will be held via Zoom on March 31 from 3 to 5 p.m. The 18-member CSB collectively provides input on a range of topics related to the “missing link” transmission line project. All CSB meetings are open to the public to observe, and there will be a brief opportunity … Read more

The ECO-PAC powers Kitsap storm staging area

After heavy winds and rain swept through the Puget Sound on Tuesday, January 12, more than 17,800 customers in Kitsap County were without power on Wednesday morning. As our staff and field crews worked tirelessly to restore service in that area, they got an extra boost of energy from the ECO-PAC portable battery pack, which was used … Read more

PSE sets “Beyond Net Zero Carbon by 2045” goal

We’re excited to share an aspirational goal to be a Beyond Net Zero Carbon company by 2045. PSE will target reducing its carbon emissions to net zero and go beyond that by helping other sectors to enable carbon reduction across Washington State. “Climate change is an existential threat that cannot be ignored, and we are doing … Read more

Segment Explorer tool launched at the “missing link” community workshop

We were pleased to see so many of you at last Thursday evening’s community workshop, where we shared information about the “missing link” transmission line project. Andy Wappler, Vice President of Customer Operations and Communications, shared information about the need for the project and took questions from the community. Andy Swayne, Senior Municipal Liaison Manager, and … Read more

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