Ballard Library to host “Green Up” renewable energy information table

The Seattle Public Library will host a Seattle City Light “Green Up” information table from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. this month at the Ballard Branch (5614 22nd Ave NW).

The Green Up program uses renewable energy projects to help promote economic development in rural parts of the region, improve Washington state’s energy security and reduce pollution.

Locals can chat with City Light representatives about how local renewable energy projects in the Pacific Northwest can support clean energy and a healthy environment.

Customers can purchase renewable energy credits equal to those portions of their energy consumption.

Green Up’s renewable energy credits come from regional geothermal, biogas, wind and small hydro energy. Seattle City Light’s basic energy service is currently a mix of hydro, wind, nuclear, coal, landfill gas and other power sources.

The Green Up information table will be in the Ballard Branch’s lobby at the following times:

For more information about renewable power sources in the Pacific Northwest, visit Seattle City Light’s Green Up homepage.

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